Category Archives: Simon Beckett


Again, a reading report from my corner of the world. The first one was a gift, I bought the other two myself. Simon Beckett, Whispers of the Dead (2009) I enjoyed the third David Hunter mystery a lot, but I … Continue reading

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Simon Beckett, Written in Bone (2007)

This British thriller is the second in the Dr David Hunter series. See my review of The Chemistry of Death. “The peace of the old cottage is broken by a footfall. The rotting door is pushed open, its rusted hinges … Continue reading

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>Simon Beckett, The Chemistry of Death (2006)

> This British thriller is the first in the David Hunter series. “I arranged for a locum to be brought in until either a permanent replacement was found, or people registered with other practices in the area.” Sorry, but Danish … Continue reading

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