The Winds of Change - Martha Grimes Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451216962 / Author: Martha Grimes / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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by - written on 28/10/06 (Very useful, 121 readings)
Martha Grimes worked out a good marketing tool for her crime fiction; an American writer, she set her novels in England, featuring an English detective, Richard Jury, and his rather eccentric, upper class friends. I would have stayed well clear Ė on the whole Iím not a fan of American authors writing about England when they know very little about it (at least Iím not aware that Martha Grimes has spent any substantial amount of time in England), but Elizabeth George did it so well that I thought some of her experience may have rubbed off on Martha Grimes. Unfortunately, Grimesí characters are just that little bit too like parodies for comfort. The story A ... Read the complete review
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