Category Archives: Yorkshire

A FATAL ATTACHMENT (1992) by Robert Barnard

The late Robert Barnard (1936-2013) wrote four dozen mysteries that deftly combined ironic swipes at the class system with often very clever plots. He was also the author of a fine critical study of Agatha Christie, A Talent to Deceive. As a small … Continue reading

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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

Posted in Dalziel & Pascoe, Man Booker Prize, Police procedural, Reginald Hill, Yorkshire | 17 Comments