Born Guilty

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  • Title: Born Guilty
  • Author: Reginald Hill
  • ISBN: 9780586218525
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. Description: Joe Sixsmith, the black, balding, British, middle-aged private eye is back, landing in more trouble than he has ever known. He fights off angry cops, demented druggies and the matchmaking machinations of his Auntie Mirabelle--on his way to finding the scoop about the body he found in a cardboard box at the graveyard.Back with the native Lutonians: dead baby in a box, lesbian/paedophile school marm, Ukranian Nazi war criminal in hiding, a Gary Glitter t-shirt (this was penned before [...]

    2. It took me a while to get into this. I couldn't really remember what the first in this series was like and wasn't quite sure what to make of this for a while. In the end I found it gripping and very entertaining.The good thing about keeping track of the books you read is that you can look back and see what you thought about the first in the series's a bit of a farce, a bit of a caper, a lot of a funny crime novel and mainly just very enjoyable to read.This one never really struck me as farce or [...]

    3. I don't know what I will do when I have finished reading the entire portfolio of Reginald Hill's work. He wrote so beautifully and with such cunning plots.

    4. Like all the others I've read by Reginald Hill, this one is tight, complicated, literate, sometimes funny, and a little off-beat. I have been thoroughly enjoying the Dalziel & Pascoe series, but this one, the second in a different series, didn't quite measure up to that level. Perhaps it was just a little too English for me, with slang, funny names, pop-culture references, and class differences that I sort of got, but without being quite sure of the tone. With Dalziel, I always know exactly [...]

    5. While I love the Dalziel and Pascoe series by this author, I had not previously enjoyed the Joe Sixsmith seriesbut thought it was worth trying again and I did like this episode. The main character lives in Luton, UK and lives a sort of hand to mouth existence as a private eye. A well written story.

    6. Another very enjoyable book in this series - I will be sad to finish the series, especially as there will be no more stories of Joe Sixsmith.

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