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    Hebrides Lifetimes

    For those of us who have the West of Scotland in our hearts the book was a great wind up to the trilogy.
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    Chessmen

    A bit of a letdown from first two, but still entertaining.
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    Great again

    All three of these Isle of Lewis books are magificent. This one was so very good I couldn't put it down.
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    Part 3 of the Lewis Trilogy

    In this book, the last of the Lewis Trilogy, replicas of the chessmen play a pivotal role in solving a murder. There is another murder that is discovered – one that occurred 16 years ago. Again, Peter May’s masterful weaving of the stories of his characters’ pasts with events that are currently underway is completely spellbinding. There were tie-ins to the first two books of the Trilogy in this third outing as well, and I am so glad that I read them one after the other as some of the threads are subtle, and ones that appeared to have been resolved or were non-resolvable in previous books. If asked, I could not honestly say which book of the three is my favorite. They are all of a piece – completely congruent with each other and inter-dependent on each other. I loved this series and it is going to take some doing to find another that can impress me as much as this saga. I’m already feeling lonely for these people and this Island.
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    The chessmen

    Very interesting setting. The characters came ti life. Suspence moved quicky . A ver good read. The pYical descriptkon of the lsland lewis is clear enough to feel you are rivht there.
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