Death Comes For The Fat Man
Publish date: March 1st 2007
Pages no: 404
Edition language: English
Series: Dalziel & Pascoe (#22)
This was a puzzling book to me. I think it was because it examined in depth, the interior life of the two main characters. It wasn't always clear whether they were dreaming or experiencing in real life.The will to live is explored. Events observed while the Inspector is in a coma are valid & portray...
A good read - Pascoe at the centre this time. It moves at a fast clip, with short meditative interludes for the comatose Fat Man. As I remember from other books by Hill, it wraps up, but not neatly. Must say I appreciate how the female characters are given a bit of life as well as the male.
One of my all time favorite series. In this outing Dalziel is gravely injured during a bomb blast and Pascoe feels he must solve the crime and his actions become Dalziel like.
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