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Reviews by David Lyons

The Herapath Property

by J.S. Fletcher

A rather convoluted but enjoyable mystery. So far I have been pleased with stories written by J. S. Fletcher.

Reviewed on 2008.06.12

The Borough Treasurer

by J.S. Fletcher

A well written story with a few twists and turns. I found it very difficult to put down.

Reviewed on 2008.05.25

The Middle Temple Murder

by J.S. Fletcher

An absorbing tale well told.

Reviewed on 2008.05.15

Right Ho, Jeeves

by P. G. Wodehouse

I agree - one of Wodehouse' best efforts. I have read it several times but I enjoyed it most after seeing the British TV series based on this book. Excellent humor.

Reviewed on 2008.04.29

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