The Secrets Of Seldom Seen

The Secrets Of Seldom Seen It is May In Underhill Woods near the remote Cumbrian village of Seldom Seen two children find the body of a man He is identified as Kyle Johnson a local who was apparently well liked As Detec

  • Title: The Secrets Of Seldom Seen
  • Author: Alison Greaves
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It is May 2003 In Underhill Woods, near the remote Cumbrian village of Seldom Seen, two children find the body of a man He is identified as Kyle Johnson, a local who was apparently well liked As Detective Inspector David McClennan and his team, first introduced to us in THE AYTON SWANS, set about investigating the strange circumstances surrounding his death, they very qIt is May 2003 In Underhill Woods, near the remote Cumbrian village of Seldom Seen, two children find the body of a man He is identified as Kyle Johnson, a local who was apparently well liked As Detective Inspector David McClennan and his team, first introduced to us in THE AYTON SWANS, set about investigating the strange circumstances surrounding his death, they very quickly make another gruesome discovery and begin to uncover a decade of secrets.

    One thought on “The Secrets Of Seldom Seen”

    1. Soulful eyes, really??Okay. Not any better than book one. Flat characters with "soulful eyes". Decent plot but contrived. My last attpt at reading this author. Not worth the time.

    2. Intricate and intriguing mystery and characters. The MC was a bit more filled out in this, the second book of the series, but I still feel like I don't know him very well. At least he doesn't have an addiction to drugs or alcohol and an ex-wife problem as so many cliched detectives seem to have. The physical descriptions of the environment are still better than those of the characters, but readers can use imagination. On the minus side, there are at least 35 characters in this book, and the read [...]

    3. Enjoyed the book. Inspector McClennon is an interesting character. I have now read the two published editions and I am anxious to read another one. This series "fits" my criteria: no grisly murder details, police procedures with a likeable main character, enough twists and turns to keep me reading, and good descriptions of the culture, landscape, and language to make the story live after I have finished reading it.

    4. I loved The Ayton Swans and this is a worthy successor. Like the first book in the series, it is beautifully written and full of interesting characters, twists ans surprises with an evocative sense of place.

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