15 June 2009

Review: The Demon Archer by Paul Doherty

The Demon Archer by Paul Doherty book coverThis is another book in the Hugh Corbett medieval sleuth series, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was sufficiently 'creeped out' by the description and happenings in the forest, happy at the introduction of a new supporting character and surprised to learn who the culprit was at the end. (Although I did think that demon archer was a harsh description of the villain).

I thought Corbett 'got to the point' quicker in this book with more investigating and less reflection, and I enjoyed the quicker pace.

If you enjoy a good crime story set in medieval times, this is a terrific series.

My rating = ***

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  1. A nice little escapist story set in places that I know. I enjoyed the story, but still hate the Norman/Plantagenet ethos.


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