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  • Nice easy reading

    I've read all four of the so far published Death in Paradise books, and I do have two small niggles. The first one is that I read them in the order they are numbered, assuming that that was the order they had been written, wrong, I have no idea what the numbers refer to. This meant that I was getting previews to books I had already read. The second one is that there are a couple of glaring editing errors where charcters names change. I assume this is because the author decided on one name for the character, then changed his mind, but forgot to go back and change the orgignal entry. Now for my thougthts about the books :- well the charcters we know and love from the telly (who is that at the back who has never watched it?) are there on the page, Richard with his constant questioning of how anything gets done on this backwater island in the middle of nowhere. Camille who is always wondering why Richard has to act as if he is still in London by being such a stickler for protocol. Fidel who is a wizard for getting fingerprints off of the most unlikely materials, and Dwayne who is always happy to do as little as possible but bask in the glory when a case is solved. The characters really do come alive on the page and it is easy to 'see' Ben Miller, Gary Carr, Sarah Martens, and Danny John-Jules going about solving the myriad of murders which happen on this small island, with Don Warrington's Police Commissioner getting in the way. If you find the modern police procedurals a bit heavy going, and the cosies a bit too twee then these books are for you.

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