"Nobody demonstrates the similarity between criminal reasoning and cop reasoning better than James (Vacuum, 2011, etc.)."
The 29th appearance of Harpur and Iles, Britain's most irresistible duo since crumpets were first paired with tea.
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"Marlowe (Silent Court, 2012, etc.) makes an agreeable guide to Elizabethan life, and it's fun reading quips between him and Shaxsper that will later appear in plays."
"The latest sedate adventure for the Colonel (Three Silent Things, 2008, etc.) is a pleasant albeit unexciting stroll through village life, perhaps best suited for determined anglophiles."
"A plot overburdened with coincidences. And surely most readers will find telepathy as a plot device problematic."