Category Archives: Charles Todd

February didn’t make me shiver

One of my goals when starting this blog was to prompt me to write something about every book I read in the hope that I would remember them more clearly (I choose to believe my failing memory is due to … Continue reading

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Review: A Lonely Death by Charles Todd

The thirteenth novel to feature Inspector Ian Rutledge of Scotland Yard, who returned from fighting in the first World War with more than his fair share of troubles, is a genuinely gripping and atmospheric historical mystery. Rutledge is sent to … Continue reading

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Review: Search the Dark by Charles Todd

Title: A search in the dark Author: Charles Todd Publisher: Recorded Books [2008] ISBN: n/a (digital download from audible.com) Length: 11hrs 40 minutes Narrator: Samuel Gillies Following the end of the first World War Ian Rutledge has returned to his … Continue reading

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