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    If you like the TV series, read the book

    This is a series of short stories about the Canon of Grantchester, Sidney Chambers. These have been filmed for Masterpiece Mystery (except for the last two) and are not nearly as dark as the TV series. Easy and fun.
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    Grantchester

    I loved these short tales. Nice reads kept you turning the pages. Enjoyed the tv series but the stories more. Now I have faces to go with the descriptions in the book! Look forward to many more relaxing moments deep in thought with Sydney and crew.
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    Very good book of short stories (episodes)

    I did not realize this book was a series of short stories, but that turned out to be just fine. Think of it as a series of episodes from a TV show. The TV series is based on the Runcie books and the short story format probably lent itself well to that adaptation. Likeable character, interesting locations, perhaps a tad heavy on religious commentary.
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    Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death.

    A delightful first in the series of the priest/sluth Sidney Chambers mysteries. Six easy reading but believable storys of crime in the 1950's that happens in the area of Cambridge.
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