Category Archives: Harry Devlin

Eve Of Destruction by Martin Edwards

Harry Devlin, Liverpudlian solicitor, has always had a nose for trouble. At first, he’s dismayed to find that his latest client Steven Whyatt simply wants to discuss his wife Becky’s infidelity – which doesn’t need much discussion, because he’s been … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s Papers by Martin Edwards

Harry Devlin, the Liverpool lawyer introduced in the classic All The Lonely People, went on to feature in seven books in total, culminating, so far, with the equally impressive Waterloo Sunset. I don’t think that there are any immediate plans … Continue reading

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I Remember You by Martin Edwards

Harry Devlin has a new client, Finbar Rogan, a tattooist by trade and ladies man by night. When Rogan’s studio is torched, it seems accidental, until a bomb under his car convinces the police, and Harry, otherwise. Harry is managing … Continue reading

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Suspicious Minds by Martin Edwards

Harry Devlin, Liverpool lawyer, having been introduced in the outstanding All The Lonely People, one of my favourite recent reads, is back for another outing, this time named after an Elvis song. One of his clients, Jack Stirrup, is suspected … Continue reading

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All The Lonely People by Martin Edwards

Liverpool, 1991. Lawyer Harry Devlin is surprised to come home one evening to find his long-estranged wife Liz on his sofa watching television – appropriately, Woody Allen’s Love and Death. She has fled the house she shares with local villain … Continue reading

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Waterloo Sunset by Martin Edwards

IN MEMORY Harry Devlin Died Suddenly Liverpool Midsummer’s Eve Harry Devlin, a Liverpudlian lawyer, receives his own obituary in an anonymous envelope – apparently he is to die in six days time. Meanwhile, he is sucked into the events surrounding … Continue reading

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