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Consider the Evidence by Jeffrey Ashford
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Consider the Evidence (1966)

by Jeffrey Ashford

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A very different kind of mystery novel, in which a somewhat hardened criminal leads a group of his compatriots into pulling off an armored car robbery. The cops eventually figure out who the culprit is, but proving it is a different matter. One cop makes a mistake which may set the head thief free, but which may put himself behind bars.

I must say this books was very refreshing in its solution. It's not so much of a mystery, actually, but rather a suspense story, because the author tells you everything along the line and you are left to wonder how the good guy is going to get out of his predicament. The solution was a fine one, one I haven't seen duplicated since. And I read a lot of mystery novels!

I'd definitely recommend it for people who enjoy British crime fiction. Don't write it off because it's older...it's still very good! ( )
  bcquinnsmom | Aug 30, 2008 |
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