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Canal Pushers (Johnson & Wilde Crime Mystery Book 1)

by Andy Griffee

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This was an enjoyable read, especially as I used to live in villages near Droitwich and later Worcester, but it wasn't exactly a page-turner until near the end. The descriptions of life in a narrowboat and on the canals were interesting, and Jack and Nina were excellent characters, but the plot took quite a while to get anywhere.

Still, I think I'll go on to the second in the series. ( )
  pgchuis | Jul 24, 2020 |
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