Category Archives: Martin Edwards

Martin Edwards, Take My Breath Away (ebook)

The British writer Martin Edwards is an old blog friend, and he belongs to the small circle of writers I have met in real life. His crime novel, Take My Breath Away, was first published in 2002, and I wrote … Continue reading

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>Martin Edwards, Take My Breath Away (2002)

> This British legal mystery is a stand-alone which will be published in the USA in July. It is set in London. “The dead woman smiled. So far, so good.” Nic Gabriel, the writer of a true crime story about … Continue reading

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>Two-Sentence Tuesday

>Here is a teaser from my current read. It is far from the first time I am reading a novel by the British writer Martin Edwards, and I know you will enjoy the first two sentences as much as I … Continue reading

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>Martin Edwards, The Hanging Wood (2011)

> Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press (a  NetGalley review copy). The fifth Lake District Mystery, featuring DI Hannah Scarlett and historian Daniel Kind – to be published soon in the UK. “I must talk to Hannah Scarlett, it´s a matter of … Continue reading

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>Martin Edwards, Yesterday´s Papers (1994)

> This mystery is the fourth in the British series about Liverpool lawyer Harry Devlin. I have not read the first books, but the writer sent me this one as a pleasant (and signed) surprise! The plot of this one … Continue reading

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>Martin Edwards, The Serpent Pool (2010)

>This British crime novel is the fourth Hannah Scarlett and Daniel Kind story. As indicated in my bait quotation, the story begins when affluent George Saffell is trapped in a fire together with his beloved collection of books. A few … Continue reading

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>Martin Edwards, Waterloo Sunset (2008)

>This novel is the eighth in the series about Harry Devlin, lawyer in Liverpool, who does not really feel comfortable in his brand-new office. That someone sends him his own obituary does not exactly make anything better. “In Memory. Harry … Continue reading

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