DEATH IN A FLASH by Pauline Wharton

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A new author for me and the 3rd book in the series. The text flows smoothly and the characters were will develop. I did find the number of characters make it hard to keep them straight. It works as standalone but there was no mention of where the places were located. It was a good British police procedural. Not only, did it cover how the police went about solving the crime there was information about the families of the police.

The electricity at a mobile home park, Broadacres goes off periodically due to an outdated system. The owner,  Craig Wallbanks refused to update the system. After an outage, he is found electrocuted near the switch of the system. Inspector Wharmby must determine whether it was an accident or something. The facts all point to the manager, Jack Tanner who is well like and Craig treated badly. The ending will surprise you. I recommend this book.

My thanks to the author for my copy. The opinions expressed are my own.

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4 Responses to DEATH IN A FLASH by Pauline Wharton

  1. lghiggins says:

    I have only read a few police procedurals, but I like them. This one sounds good.

  2. bmary8222 says:

    Sounds like a good book.

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