Wrong­ful Death

Friday - - Leisure -

deal with a trip to the FBI Academy in the US, and with solv­ing a cold case for her new FBI course in­struc­tor.

Travis’ boss, DCS James Lang­ton, also has his own neme­sis to face. Helped by an FBI Swat team, he fi­nally puts the crim­i­nal out of ac­tion, but it comes at a very high price.

Back in Bri­tain, Travis and Lang­ton team up to take on a dif­fer­ent kind of ca­reer crim­i­nal... La Plante is al­ready a writer of screen suc­cesses like Wid­ows and Prime Sus­pect and a per­pet­ual au­thor at the top of the best-seller lists. With Wrong­ful Death, she once again shows off her en­gag­ing style. beau­ti­ful gold ring, which has been stolen by a crow.

Don­ald­son’s se­quel is in poem form, with the same lively at­ten­tion to lan­guage and rhymes that made Lear’s orig­i­nal such a hit.

Fans of the Lear clas­sic will also en­joy ref­er­ences to the ‘run­ci­ble spoon’, a non­sense word Lear fa­mously coined for the 19th-cen­tury poem.

With pretty il­lus­tra­tions from Char­lotte Voake and a de­light­fully rhymed tale that chil­dren will love when read out loud,

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