I reluctantly read the last page of my book.
It’s been a few weeks and I have been far, far away in The Fens of Eastern England.
Every watchful, the towering shadows of Ely Cathedral … the watery, marshy lands of the Fens … have dominated the landscape of my thoughts.
The poetic writing.
The fiendish twists and turns.
The gripping plots of Jim Kelly’s quartet of superb whodunits has been read after dazzlingly read.
The series begins with DEATH WORE WHITE and a chilly introduction to the protagonists – DI Peter Shaw and DI George Valentine.
Twists pile on twists in DEATH WATCH.
Then DEATH TOLL with page after page of suspense, gore and excitement.
The fourth DEATH’S DOOR with the dark secrets of an isolated community in the stunning landscape of the desolate Norfolk coast.
For lovers of the keenly intelligent British Detective genre, Jim Kelly is at the top of my list of favorite British authors. He joins the ranks of Ian Rankin, P.D. James, Ruth Rendell, Peter Robinson, Stephen Booth, Andrew Taylor, Graham Hurley, and John Harvey.