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Those Who Feel Nothing: A Brighton-Based Mystery #2020

Those Who Feel Nothing A Brighton Based Mystery A macabre discovery beneath Brighton s Royal Pavilion has links to the horrors of Pol Pot s Cambodia in this absorbing mystery Ex Chief Constable Bob Watts is hoping to ease gently into his new role a

  • Title: Those Who Feel Nothing: A Brighton-Based Mystery
  • Author: Peter Guttridge
  • ISBN: 9780727883605
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Those Who Feel Nothing: A Brighton-Based Mystery By Peter Guttridge, A macabre discovery beneath Brighton s Royal Pavilion has links to the horrors of Pol Pot s Cambodia in this absorbing mystery Ex Chief Constable Bob Watts is hoping to ease gently into his new role as Brighton s first Police Commissioner but is hit with a shocking scandal involving the director of the Royal Pavilion In the subsequent investigation, Detective Inspector SA macabre discovery beneath Brighton s Royal Pavilion has links to the horrors of Pol Pot s Cambodia in this absorbing mysteryEx Chief Constable Bob Watts is hoping to ease gently into his new role as Brighton s first Police Commissioner but is hit with a shocking scandal involving the director of the Royal Pavilion In the subsequent investigation, Detective Inspector Sarah Gilchrist and Detective Sergeant Bellamy Heap are bemused by the discovery of looted antiquities from Cambodia s Angkor Watt in the tunnels beneath the Pavilion, but the further discovery of a corpse gives their investigation a darker hue.As does the arrival in Brighton of a man who was once caught up in the horror of Pol Pot s Khmer Rouge regime A man for whom redemption has become retribution.

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    1 thought on “Those Who Feel Nothing: A Brighton-Based Mystery

    1. Guttridge s writing is sound He takes the pace well and deftly handles his character s dialogue with realism and intelligence I have not read titles populated by these characters but found this easily stood alone without feeling the lack of back stories as Guttridge allowed enough information to fill in the minimal needed effortlessly Clearly the man knows how to write unlike some other dreck I ve endured lately.Perhaps I am just a lazy reader now, but I found the literary device of switching ba [...]

    2. I m sorry, I really don t care for the books that have two stories going at the same time In this case, I mostly followed the police side and then got caught up with the other side of the story at the end and comes clear in the epilogue Love the Brits but not this one.

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