Whispering Grass - Graham Ison Reviews
Description:ISBN 072786310X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Graham Ison / Edition: 1st World Ed / Hardcover / 204 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Graham Ison Whispering Grass (Severn House Large Print)
Pages: 336, Edition: Large type edition, Hardcover, Severn House ...
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by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
=== Background === I was looking this week for a good traditional crime thriller to read when visiting my local library. As always there was so much choice, but in the end I plumbed for an author I knew and had enjoyed previously. In total this will be the third novel I have read by Graham Ison, so with some confidence I took the book home to enjoy. === About the author === Graham Ison has written so far in his career 27 novels. His speciality is crime fiction which understandable as he spent 30 years working for Special Branch at New Scotland Yard. That should give him a good insight into Police work!! The work of this popular writer can ... Read the complete review
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