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Ratings and Book Reviews (7 83 star ratings
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    Tennison

    Absolutley riveting, couldn't put it down and have already bought the next book.
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    Good story, rather pedestrian style

    I saw this on TV first, and think it works better like that than as a book: I was not impressed with the writing style which seemed a bit wooden. However, not enough to stop me buying the next book to see how the story continued! And the details of 1970s life and police procedures etc were well conveyed.
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    Good read

    Good and interesting read showing how Jane Tennison started her career. Love how Lynda La Plante keeps you interested. Great storyteller.
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    Tennison

    Great book. At first I was frustrated by the style of writing, but it soon dawned that it fitted the erase of the story, and the ore you let it, the more the story and the storytelling takes you back to that time. The book I think is better than the miniseries, but that's not that unusual. Well worth the read and, I should think, a quite good insight as to how things were in the Met in the swinging 60's. Can't wait for the next one!
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    Couldn't put it down.

    I started reading this book at the same time as the TV series was on. Enjoyed it very much.
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