Author Archives: Edwin Tipple

Review by Edwin Tipple An exiled Prime Minister, who’d love to get back into power; the current incumbent a woman from the opposing party; red shirts and yellow shirts, violent demonstrations and a good smattering of corruption in all the … Continue reading

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Dead Man’s Grip, by Peter James

Reviewed by Edwin Tipple The latest in a successful line of detective Roy Grace mysteries. I think I’ve read them all and always look forward to a new one, partly because of a new plot and partly because you get … Continue reading

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Mercy by Jussi Alder-Olsen

Contemporary police murder hunt set in Denmark Copenhagen detective Carl Morck has been taken off homicide to run a newly created department for unsolved crimes. His first case concerns the disappearance of the politician Merete Lynggaard some five years ago. … Continue reading

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