I’m glad to say that as these Kathryn Dance novels progress, they are less and less text book, and more and more story.
This was a fantastic book, with brilliant plotting, and plenty twists and turns to keep you turning the pages, and of course you can’t beat a bit of help from the great Lincoln Rhyme.
More octogenarian madness, as we explore the history of London public houses whilst trying to track down a devious killer who is murdering women in plain sight.
A great book. A great story, but there’s one character and thread running though these books that’s making me want to scream at Harry Hole to work it all out.
The first of four (so far) crossover novels between Joe Pike & Elvis Cole, and which precedes the earlier crossover novel I read, The First Rule. While reading them out of order didn’t spoil my enjoyment of either, this one certainly filled in some blanks about the behaviour of some characters in The First Rule.
Really loving all this northern European drama, and Arnaldur Indridason is excellent, especially enjoying the way he is developing protagonist Erlandur.