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Missing Person Mr Finch had never told the rest of his family the secrets of his past or what kind of work he did for the government and he decided not to tell them about the slightly sinister telephone calls he started receiving either It was when he took his wife on a summer's day jaunt that things began to happen For when his wife went to the cloakroom and came back out Mr Finch had vanished Oh dear Well with long series of this type you expect to hit a few bumps or potholes and this is one It reads like filler like a transitional novel between the post WW1 saga and the WW2 saga The cover calls it a sparkling new saga and yet the one thing it does not do is sparkle being rather lacklustre The two main plots have nothing to do with each other and are never woven together As for the main thrust of the book the resolution of the main problem is laughably bad I can't believe that those hardline hunters could be chased away by a few blows and a serious talking to Though it's meant to be suspenseful the magically convenient ending just makes it silly as once again everything ends up loverly in WalworthA shaky two stars as wonderful as almost all books of the Adams familyLove Cassie as well who is so attached to young Freddy Brown that she seems to know she wants a future with him and they are such a fun couple as almost all the cockneys in these books and matriarch Chinese Lady is a jewel in her own way xo Mystery set in the Walworth area of LondonLiz

  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Missing Person
  • Mary Jane Staples
  • English
  • 14 May 2016
  • 9780552142304

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