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Monday, 17 February 2020

Karma Walk by Melissa Bowersock


My regular fix of sleuths-with-a-difference, Lacey and Sam, in book number 15, in which they're met with two surprises: one, Sam's son wants to put his L-plates on and follow in his father's footsteps, and two, their investigation into the mystery why a dead policeman's ghost is appearing at a beach he used to patrol leads them to encounter not just his ghost, but that of a young girl who died there many years previously.

All I need to do is pull out my usual compliments for Bowersock's writing: neat, tidy, concise, easy to read, engaging, original, complete. The Lacey-and-Sam novellas are like a literal Tardis. Small on the outside but huge on the inside!

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