Commonplace killing lillian frobisher post war london well written north london busby died jim cooper world war author died war london murder investigation mystery post women pages victim ddi events postwar showing 1 8 of 21 reviews top reviews there was a problem filtering reviews right now please try again later. A commonplace killing by sin busby review sin busbys last novel is rich in period detail and peopled with beautifully drawn characters says jake kerridge 4 image 1 of 2. A commonplace killing is a deceptively hard hitting book no scenes of gruesome violence are written on the page it is worse than that sian busby writes eloquently about the time when the old rules were swiped aside leaving a grubby stain on the country. A commonplace killer takes a different and multifaceted look into the psyche of a killer who cant be placed squarely into one category its a fine work of post war london noir and also an effective commentary on the nature of evil and our capacity for compassion. A commonplace killing is suspenseful intriguing and spellbinding as readers are taken back in time to london and the harsh reality of life after the war rich in history the authorrsquos vivid descriptions and details places the reader in the middle of the bombed landscape the meager lifestyles and the broken promises
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