The Secrets of Pain - Phil Rickman Reviews
Description:ISBN 1848872755 / Paperback: 592 pages / Publisher: Corvus / Published: 1 July 2012
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by - written on 06/01/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Almost 15 years ago now, I read the first Merrily Watkins book - The Wine of Angels. Whilst I can't remember much about the book itself, I do remember I wasn't particularly impressed and had no desire to read other entries in the series. It wasn't until I actually started reading The Secrets of Pain that I realised that it was a Merrily Watkins book - had I done so, I probably would not have purchased it. This then, is going to be something of a good news, bad news review. The good news is I enjoyed it more than The Wine of Angels; the bad news is I still wasn't massively impressed. Set in and around Hereford, The Secrets of Pain involves a mystery surrounding ... Read the complete review
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