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Crime Fiction Reviews

‘Suspenseful, darkly funny and beautifully written.’   (Historical Novels Society)

‘The books feature a host of interesting and unusual characters as well as a well-defined sense of time and place.(John Martin/Crime Scene Britain and Ireland: A Reader’s Guide

‘Good fun and a fast enjoyable read.’ (Shropshire Star)

‘Noble has a fine knack of description, creating a sense of place and atmosphere. Try them.’  (Portsmouth Post)

‘A dead good read.  A mesmerising murder mystery.’  (Harborough Mail)

‘A marvellous creation.  Noble reels off a first rate story.  Vastly entertaining.  Noble makes good use of his knowledge of the world of crime.’   (Nottingham Post)

‘A great success.  Very talented writing skills.’ (102.3 hfm)

‘An original, absorbing and compulsive read for all fans of this genre.’ (Telford and Wrekin Advertiser)

‘This fantastic new novel. It leaves you begging for the next in the series.’ (Montgomeryshire Advertiser)

‘This is parochial policing at its best.’ (Shropshire Star)

‘If you like your murder mysteries, these books are for you.’ (BBC Leics)

‘Fascinatingly original. Full of interesting characters. An array of odd balls gives it almost a Dickensian feel.’ (Nottingham Post)

‘Roll over, Miss Marple. This fantastic whodunnit, leading the reader inexorably towards its clever denouement.  I loved it. I will read more.’ (Historical Novels Society)