Book review – Wolf Pear, Dianne Gray
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After reading two rather (for different reasons) demanding books I fell gratefully back into the arms of an author one can be confident of enjoying. Wolf Pear also had the honour of being first up on my all-singing and dancing Kindle Fire, a nice 60th birthday present from my work colleagues.
Dianne Gray can’t be pigeonholed. This book is, I guess, a detective novel with a large helping of paranormal. But equally as important as the detective is the well-drawn character Esther, superficially unattractive but with redeeming features that, compared to her awful family, make you want to cheer for a good outcome for her.
Early on in the story Esther is seen to dispose of a dead body (or was it dead?) in her garden and to hurriedly cover the dug area with tomato plants. Too rare in this book are Ms Gray’s excellent descriptions of nature seen to…
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