The Tide Mill - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Richard Herley / Kindle Edition
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by - written on 20/11/11 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Some weeks ago I read and reviewed 'The Penal Colony' by Richard Herley, and I was keen to read more from this author to see whether his other work was of an equally high standard. On the face of it 'The Tide Mill' is as different from 'The Penal Colony' as chalk from cheese. I know I shouldn't compare two such different books as a futuristic thriller and a historical novel, especially as the difference in writing style between the two is very marked. The thriller hit the ground running and the reader was immediately involved in the action whereas with this story, the plot unfolds in a much slower and more measured way and just like life itself, it took some ... Read the complete review
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