Check out the Crime Fiction book, Bones and Silence, by Reginald Hill, as featured on the Cleopatra Loves Books blog.
I simply adore this series, it takes a true writer to pen an entire collection where each book has a different feel and yet stays absolutely committed to the chief protagonists: Daziel. Pascoe, Weild and Ellie whilst coming up with different types of scenarios as a stage for them to play on.
The stage in Bones and Silence is a literal one with the talented, determined and beautiful Eileen Cheung putting on a community medieval play The Mystery which is planned for the May Bank Holiday weekend. Her aim is to cast Daziel to play God, riding atop a truck through the town – sheer brilliance!
Of course it isn’t all play-acting as the book opens with Daziel witnessing something, but what did he really see through his window? The end result is a woman is dead and Daziel is convinced that he saw two men, a…
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