Fell of Dark by Reginald Hill
Reginald Hill’s first book, slighter than some of the later offerings but no shorter on compelling story or good writing. I’m pretty impressed! This tale comes from the opposite viewpoint than the later Dalziel and Pascoe books as Harry Bentink is accused of a crime he didn’t commit and goes on the run across the Lake District. Early and standalone books from some writers never match up to the standards of their well loved series but this is well worth a read.
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Read on June 22, 2004