In The Spotlight: Harry Bingham’s Talking to the Dead


Check out the book, Talking to the Dead, by Harry Bingham, which is in the spotlight in this post from the Confessions of a Mystery Novelist blog

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Hello, All,

Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. As I mentioned in a recent post, there’s a wide range of crime fiction set in Wales. Some of it takes place in rural areas; some takes place in larger cities. Let’s take a closer look at one such novel today, and turn the spotlight on Harry Bingham’s Talking to the Dead, the first of his Fiona Griffiths series.

Griffiths has only been a Detective Constable (DC) with the Cardiff police for a short time when Detective Chief Inspector (DCI) Dennis Jackson taps her to join a murder investigation team. The bodies of Janet Mancini and her six-year-old daughter, April, have been found in an apartment not their own, and there are some odd features about the case. One of the strangest is that an almost-new credit card belonging to wealthy Brendan Rattigan is found at the scene…

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