The Weather Is Cold And The Clues No Warmer As Peak District Detectives Ben Cooper And Diane Fry Tackle A Medley Of Mysteries Each One Knottier Than The Last In English Author Stephen Booth S Haunting Third Novel, Blood On The Tongue The Unidentified Body Of A Dead Man Has Turned Up On A Frosty Roadside An Abused Woman Is Found Curled In The Snow On Nearby Irontongue Hill, An Apparent Suicide And There S The Lingering Puzzle Of A Royal Air Force Bomber That Crashed Into Irontongue Back In 1945, Killing Everyone On Board Except For The Pilot, Who Reportedly Walked Away From The Wreckage And Was Never Heard From Again With Leave And Sickness Decimating The Ranks Of The Edendale Police Force, All Hands Are Needed To Solve The Modern Deaths But Constable Cooper Finds Himself Distracted By The World War II Tragedy, In Large Part Because Of A Beguiling Young Canadian, The Granddaughter Of That Missing Pilot, Who S Come To Edendale Determined To Clear Her Ancestor S Name Not Surprisingly, These Various Cases Eventually Intertwine But How They Re Linked By Time And Tragedy Provides The Intrigue Here Equally Involving Is The Prickly Alliance Between Cooper, The Too Bloody Nice Local Lad, And His Superior, The Emotionally Guarded Outsider, Fry Plotted For Maximum Psychological Suspense, Teeming With Singular Secondary Characters, And Capitalizing On Britain S Still Poignant Memories Of The Last World War, Blood On The Tongue Is An Ambitious And Remarkably Mature Work That Delivers On The Promise Booth Showed In His First Novel, Black DogJ Kingston Pierce
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- Mass Market Paperback
- 480 pages
- Blood on the Tongue (Ben Cooper & Diane Fry, #3)
- Stephen Booth
- 24 April 2018 Stephen Booth