Cambridge blue

No, this is not a signal for post-partum depression, even though I really enjoyed my time there!, but the title of a book I  got almost for free while in Cambridge Waterstone’s, at the desk as I was paying for The Alloy of Law (also on reduced price, thankfully!) and a Trollope I had not read… Cambridge Blue is a detective story written by Alison Bruce and entirely taking place within Cambridge, which makes for an additional attraction if you are familiar with the place. Overall, this is a pleasant thriller (if I may attach such opposite terms!) with a good if unlikely central character, as well as a whole range of plausible culprits. Maybe the strongest point remains that it takes place in Cambridge after all. (This is the first novel of Alison Bruce. I hope it does not end into a stale series as another Cambridgian series did, namely the initially superb Susana Gregory’s Matthew Bartholomew that have gradually become so disappointing…)

One Response to “Cambridge blue”

  1. Thanks for the review. Best wishes, Alison

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