Category Archives: Inspector Faro

Deadly Beloved by Alanna Knight

There were a number of authors that were due another chance that I didn’t get round to last month, and one of them, obviously, was Alanna Knight. Of the two Inspector Faro books, set in Victorian Edinburgh, that I’ve read … Continue reading

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Mini-Reviews – The Burglar In The Closet, Blood Line, The Maze of Cadiz & An Expert In Murder

As I mentioned in my last review, I’ve a bit of a backlog of books to review and as such, I’m going to post a few digest reviews for some titles – not because they’re particularly undeserving, more that I’ve … Continue reading

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Enter Second Murderer by Alanna Knight

Edinburgh in the 1870s, the haunt of Robert Louis Stevenson and the young Conan Doyle. While recovering from a bout of typhus, Detective Inspector Jeremy Faro missed the notorious “Gruesome Convent Murders”, a pair of women from a nearby convent, … Continue reading

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