The Deborah Knott series is one of my favourites, full as it is of vividly-drawn characters (with the extended Knott family, many many characters). While Christmas Mourning probably doesn't rank up there with my absolute favourites of the series, it kept me wanting to know what happened next, and brought about a satisfying conclusion.
Whenever I read one of these books, I am impressed by the living depth of the location - this is not a story about the main characters with a bit of background slung in. It's a living place.
11 November 2010
Margaret Maron: "Christmas Mourning"
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