A Song Of Shadows, By John Connolly
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‚aucharlie parker thriller‚au, as the series is described by hodder & stoughton, first published in hardback in 2015. First and foremost ‚ai and quite possibly¬†because of¬†rather than¬†in spite of¬†the criticisms i shall make ‚ai the series is extremely successful, regularly ranking high on various bestseller lists and regularly receiving rave ratings from the most trusted crime fiction reviewers. I must confess to not having read all of parker‚aos cases, which began with¬†every dead thing¬†in 1999 (and was, as an example of my previous claim, the¬†l.a. Times¬†book of the year), but i have read the first two and most recent two and can confirm that there has been no fluctuation in quality. Connolly is not one of those writers who rests on his laurels, resorts to repeated uses of the same formula, or tires of his protagonist. My gripe, and i think it is more than mere whimsy on my part, is the idiosyncratic mix of crime and horror connolly has weaved around parker.
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