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Gone Tomorrow (A Bill Slider Mystery) Kindle Edition
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Slider and his creator are real discoveries. - Daily Mail
The ninth volume in the increasingly popular detective series set in London's Shepherd's Bush.
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Will stick with
21 February 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Better, but still a bit too much cuteness and lengthy descriptions about things that, in my opinion, don't deserve the page space. I've learned to skip those lengthy paragraphs that have nothing to do with furthering the story. The mysteries are engaging enough to keep me reading but--spoiler alert--the bad guy hasn't been brought to justice in either of the two books I've read. Yes, Slider solved the mystery, but I was left with the impression that the villains were slick enough to escape punishment. Am going to read the next one because I'm interested to find out where Bill and Joanna's relationship goes.
14 July 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
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Fans of Slider and Atherton will happily settle into their favorite armchair with a cuppa and page thru another satisfying murder investigation in Shepherd's Bush.
i love this series
13 June 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
i love this series. the writing is poetic at times, the characters are people with whom i can identify, and the stories are interesting and satisfying.
not as bad as it was made out to be
23 June 2004 - Published on Amazon.com
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This is my first bill slider mystery. Without having been prejudiced by other bill slider books, I enjoyed this one immensely. I agree that the ending is a bit rushed and can be improved upon. However, the dialogues are lively and witty; the characters are well-developed. (For a mystery, that is. After all, this is not supposed to be a "character piece.") What I found most amazing was how Ms. Harrod-Eagles can bring a character alive in a few paragraphs by a description of his mannerisms and his speech. I would definitely recommend this book for someone who has not read her other bill slider books.
I just love this author
3 December 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I feel as though I am repeating myself as of course I am. I just love this author.
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