Our Lit­tle Se­crets

Scottish Field - - COVER TO COVER -



Peter Ritchie uses his past ex­pe­ri­ence gained from a ca­reer as a se­nior po­lice of­fi­cer to write this crime fic­tion novel with as­ton­ish­ing au­then­tic­ity and in­trigue.

The book has such char­ac­ter and charm that it makes the life of crime seem al­most ap­peal­ing, if it weren’t for the vi­o­lence, il­le­gal­ity and con­stant para­noia that ac­com­pa­nies it...

Ritchie’s char­ac­ter­i­sa­tion is out­stand­ing and grip­ping from the out­set. He writes from dif­fer­ent points of view which helps to give an all-round un­der­stand­ing of the story.

The plot thick­ens through un­ex­pected twists and turns and end­less de­cep­tions, mak­ing the reader ques­tion who to trust. Although this book is the fifth in the series, I needed no pre­vi­ous knowl­edge of the oth­ers to en­joy and ap­pre­ci­ate the story.

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