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The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 ☆ ❮Epub❯ ➚ The Devil's Edge Author Stephen Booth – Tushna-hram.ru In 'The Devil's Edge' Detective Constable Ben Cooper and Detective Sergeant Diane Fry investigate a series of terrifying and lethal home invasions in the Peak District After Cooper's brother shoots a In 'The Devil's Edge' DetectEpub The Devil's Edge Author Stephen Booth Tushna hram.ru In 'The Devil's Edge' Detective Constable Ben Cooper and Detective Sergeant Diane Fry investigate a seri.

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A series of terrifying and lethal home invasions in the Peak District After Cooper's brother shoots a burglar Fry takes the reins and Cooper must watch his rival pursue the case to its bitter end.

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The Devil's EdgeEs of terrifying and lethal home invasions in the Peak District After Cooper's brother shoots a In 'The Devil's Edge' Detective Constable Ben Cooper and Detective Sergeant Diane Fry investigate.

The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 recent years Stephen has become a Library Champion in support of the UK’s ‘Love Libraries’ campaign He's represented British literature at the Helsinki Book Fair in Finland appeared with Alexander McCall Smith at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival in Australia filmed a documentary for th Century Fox on the French detective Vidoc taken part in online chats for The Devil's PDF/EPUB ² World Book Day taught crime writing courses and visited prisons to talk to prisoners about writing He lives in Nottinghamshire.

10 Comments on "The Devil's Edge review ´ 109"

  • Ant Koplowitz

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeThe Devil's Edge is the eleventh book in the Fry and Cooper series by Stephen Booth As usual it's set in the Peak District an area he knows well and obviously loves; the location is as ever very well realised and takes on the role of another character in the unfolding drama Thi


  • Gloria Feit

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeDevil’s Edge is a fairly insular world defined geographically at least by the cliff edges which surround it This book is in a similar way eually circumscribed As the reader is told on the opening page “It was one of the drawbacks of living in the countryside Too much of the outside world intruding Too many things it was impossible to keep out” In this novel the outside world and the aspects of it one would most like to keep out intrudes in the worst way On the eastern fringe of the Peak District in the village of Riddings in rural Derbyshire there has been a rash of break ins The burglars have been dubbed The Savages by the press The newest incidents escalate the anxiety when they suddenly turn deadly The author speaks of the residents having sought sanctuary in the rural haven noting however that “everyone had monsters in their lives” Suspicion turns from looking for an outside group of burglars to someone from within the community targeting the victims for


  • Deanne

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeA series where the peak district is as much a character as the humans Booth is very good at describing the sense of isolation on the moors and the insular communities within the peaks I live not far and smiled at the mention of the character ending up at the neurological dept at the ueen's in Nottingham I work there in the operating theatre but I've not come across any head injuries from rock climbing accidents


  • Abbie Hooton

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeI have never read a Stephen Booth book before I have read some amazing reviews on his books and I hate to say that I was a little disappointed with this book I really like the idea of the storyline random violent attacks on houses not worrying about who is getting hurt but I felt like the police were at a bit of a loss


  • Colin Mitchell

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeAn excellent Cooper and Fry novel set in the Peak District around Edendale An organised gang is on the rampage around the isolated country villages but is the death and serious wounding in Riddings another of the same but Ben Cooper's feelings suggest it may not be As Sergeant Cooper he is now leading the team and puts the inept DI Hitchens to shame as he uncovers what has really been going on Meanwhile there is an incident at Bridge End Farm and Cooper's ve


  • Jane Withers

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeAn ok read not one of his better books but not dreadful either it’s a fast easy read though xx


  • Sonja Tyson

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeNot a bad mystery I might read The writing is amateurish and a lot of information was repeated unnecessarily throughout the book Some parts were well written though I wonder if the author will improve has he goes on I might check out a few of the books I'd place this mystery in the procedural pile


  • Jane Long

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeCould not get into this It was so slow Nothing exciting happened Glad to get to the end Thats all I can say about this book


  • Jeffrey

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeThe Devil's Edge is a an atmospheric police proceduralmystery set in the wealthy town of Riddings in England's Peak District Its an engrossing readThe Savages a gang of home invaders have been terrorizing homeowners by breaking into their homes and harming the homeowners before stealing their valuables Now word comes that a woman has been killed and her husband hurt in a similar attack in Riddings The victims are brash rich owners of land who have been involved


  • Steve Aldous

    The Devil's Edge review ´ 109 The Devil's EdgeThis is the eleventh book in Booth’s Cooper and Fry series but the first one I have read Booth obviously has story arcs running through the series to retain continuity and a loyal reader base but it is not essential to have read earlier boo