To Kill a Witch - Bill Knox Reviews
Description:ISBN 0091079101 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Bill Knox / Edition: First Edition / Hardcover / 184 Pages / Book is published 1971-07-19 by J Long
Newest Review: ... bossy copper and even when he says things to be kind or nice they don't come out very well I don't think. The story is that ... more
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by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I got this out of the library and read it in a couple of days because it's a very short book. It's a detective novel set in Glasgow, I think it might be part of a series because on the front cover it says it's a Thane And Moss Mystery and that usually indicates that these characters are going to feature in other books. Thane is the sergent and his sidekick is Moss, I don't think either of these characters are very interesting and I never got to like either of them all the way through the book. Thane is a typical bossy copper and even when he says things to be kind or nice they don't come out very well I don't think. The story is that a woman's ... Read the complete review
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