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Readerlane

This sounds like a fabulous suspense read. I’m adding her to my check-out-at-the-library list. I’ll see what they have by her. Thanks for the tip! There is so much mystery/suspense out there, it’s hard to know what to choose

LizF

I'm sure you will like the Stratton books as Laura Wilson has a very sure sense of time and place and I know you like books set during World War Two which is when the series starts.

iliana

ooh similar to Barbara Vine/Ruth Rendell? I'm there! I haven't read this author but will definitely be looking for her books.

Danielle

She is very good and if you like Ruth Rendell/Barbara Vine, I think you will like her. I have been 'collecting' her backlist of books but I wouldn't mind picking up the first of her mystery series set in WWII featuring DI Stratton. Yes, there is way too much and I am constantly being drawn to yet another--just when I find one and think I am going to keep reading straight through a series, I get distracted!

Danielle

I do, and pulled out the first of the series--Yes, both Laura Wilson AND CHE--I have another little pile of want-to-reads sitting by my bed. I clear the pile away and then immediately I start a new one. She is very good in her standalones!

Danielle

She is very good--not exactly a typical mystery series and not exactly a crime novel but sort of both--I guess you could call them thrillers? But not exactly in the current trendy variety popular at the moment.

smithereens

I'm intrigued! I'll try to see if there's any library book available...

Danielle

I hope you find it. I really like her writing. She is more a slow burn sort of storyteller, but I like that when it is done well!

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