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Stephen Booth's deep sense of place (England's Peak District) and his complex, sympathetic portraits of the . they're all sort of "a day in the life of" some engaging detectives in compelling circumstances.
Stephen Booth's deep sense of place (England's Peak District) and his complex, sympathetic portraits of the people who inhabit it set these absorbing police procedurals well apart from the rest of the genre. There is such vivid sensory description and intensity of emotion that I feel I have LIVED these books along with all the memorable, well-rounded characters Booth has created, most especially Cooper and Fry themselves as they develop and change over time. The "crimes" are not run-of-the-mill.
STEPHEN BOOTH Dying to Sin Dedicated to the officers and staff of Derbyshire Constabulary B Division, with particular thanks to Divisional Commander, Chief Superintendent Roger. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38. STEPHEN BOOTH. Dying to Sin. Dedicated to the officers and staff of Derbyshire. Constabulary B Division, with particular thanks.
He saw few cars on the road and passed even fewer houses – just the occasional farm wrapped in its own little bowl of light. According to the weather forecast on the BBC, there was no chance of snow. It would be a traditional grey Christmas. Fog was the best that Edendale could hope for in the way of seasonal weather. There’d be a blanket of it filling the valley, smothering the sound of Christmas Day traffic, hiding the flickering lights of the council decorations. And killing a few more visitors on the roads, no doubt. The old people sometimes described the Peak.
Stephen Booth was born in the Lancashire mill town of Burnley and has remained rooted to the Pennines during his career as a newspaper journalist
Stephen Booth was born in the Lancashire mill town of Burnley and has remained rooted to the Pennines during his career as a newspaper journalist. He lives with his wife Lesley in a former Georgian dower house in Nottinghamshire and his interests include folklore, the Internet and walking in the hills of the Peak District.
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Dying to Sin bcadf-8. Some sins won't wash away. A summer of endless rain in the Peak District leaves the officers of Derbyshire's criminal investigation department with a problem. They have discovered a man's body lying in shallow water, but torrential downpours have swollen the rivers and flooded the roads, making travel difficult and forensic examination impossible
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Dying to Sin. The atmospheric and terrifying new Peak District thriller, featuring Detectives Fry and Cooper from the award-winning Stephen Booth. For decades, Pity Wood Farm has been a source of employment for poor workers passing through Rakedale, migrants with lives as abject as the labour they sought.
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