Category Archives: Reginald Hill

A CLUBBABLE WOMAN (1970) by Reginald Hill

It was a year ago that I published my first book review here.  I am glad to note that, 140 posts later, I am still enjoying it, greatly. So, without untoward dilly dallying  … Reginald Hill was still working as … Continue reading

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RIP Reginald Hill

The British writer Reginald Hill died on Thursday at the age of 75. The author of nearly sixty books (some published under the pseudonyms Charles Underhill and Patrick Ruell), he is best known as the creator of Yorkshire police detective … Continue reading

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