Andrew Peters teases the storyline from a gentle start, hypnotises with the unfolding pace, and drops clues and non-clues at cleverly plotted interludes Williams of The Yard hands out more of his memoirs to reporters willing to put up with his very non-PC tales, and of course pay for the drinks, though credit due our hero does dig deep into his own pocket as well.
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Those who've read 'The Barry Island Murders' and enjoyed it will just love this sequel and I certainly did, with only one blot on the horizon, the discovery that there was a Welshman who admired Margaret Thatcher! No wonder he had to flee to the smoke.
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Andrew Peters keeps up his amazin Williams of The Yard hands out more of his memoirs to reporters willing to put up with his very non-PC tales, and of course pay for the drinks, though credit due our hero does dig deep into his own pocket as well. Andrew Peters keeps up his amazing writing style of charm mixed with sarcastic wit that pulls no punches.
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About Andrew Peters. Andrew Peters.
The Spooky Side of Pembrokeshire
Born in the swamps of Glamorgan, I have wandered the world, generally with a guitar in hand. Here I am in a beautiful village in central Spain, where the sun shines, the lake is warm, the drink is cheap and the people and animals are friendly. I share my place with two gorgeous local cats, more guitars than I can count and a fridge full of wine.
Oh, and I write stories. Many of them about Otis King, Born in the swamps of Glamorgan, I have wandered the world, generally with a guitar in hand.
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