Charlie Hatton was liked by some, hated by others, but who had a motive strong enough to kill him?
It's been somewhat of a slow burner, but the conclusion is well worth the wait. It's very well written, and very much a whodunnit, with plenty of suspects. It's very clever, great how the two strands come together.
Wexford is a very different character here, tetchy and unforgiving, being at home with his daughter gives him a different outlook.
Very good indeed. 8/10
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