The Pure in Heart - Susan Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099462109 / Author: Susan Hill / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 18/09/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I first read The Woman in Black by Susan Hill and was amazed at how enjoyable the book was. I then searched for more of her books and bought several of them. The Pure in the Heart is the second book of a series of crime novels featuring Detective Chief Inspector Simon Serrailler. It is set in an English town called Lafferton. This particular book is based around several different stories: that of a young boy who is snatched from the front of his house whilst he is waiting for a lift to school from his friend's father, the severely handicapped younger sister of Simon Serrailler who is facing a certain death at the hands of another pneumonia attack and the story ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/08 (Very useful, 110 readings)
The Pure in Heart is Susan Hill's follow-up to The Various Haunts of Men, which introduced the world to DCI Simon Serailler and his family. The events of this book take place approximately 12 months after the first, and concentrate on efforts to find a missing child and his abductor. Straight away, an important thing to say is that you will definitely get more from this book if you have already read Haunts. It builds on events and characters introduced there, and there are constant references back to it. You can just about read Pure in Heart as a standalone book, but there will be several sections which do not make much sense to you. Hill simply assumes you ... Read the complete review
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