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Wolves of Memory (Harpur & Iles #22)

3.77 of 5 stars 3.77  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A large, carefully plotted "cash-in-transit" raid goes hopelessly awry when armed policemen intervene to seize the perpetrators. Relatives and friends of the incarcerated are convinced that information—the date, the time—was leaked by the only man to escape before his arrest. Deputy Constable Colin Harpur and Assistant Constable Desmond Iles are delegat...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 17th 2007 by Countryman Press (first published January 1st 2005)
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Sharyn Lehrke
I'm new to this series but it is great fun! My kind of humor. Just what I need when I want to escape.
Herzog
A cut below most Harpur and Iles mysteries. The subject was a one off involving protecting a family of grasses. There was no appearance from Panicking Ralph nor Mansel Shale. There was further development of the Iles character, but Harpur's daughters dialogues were not up to their usual superb level.
arjuna
Nicely claustrophobic, a tad iterative, possibly not quite enough event to sustain a full novel, but given the lovely poisonous nutter that is Iles teetering on the verge of everything he is at this point, I don't mind too much. Any Bill James is good Bill James.
Beth666ann
There's quite simply not a better British police procedural series out there right now, and I'm going to keep reading these until there aren't any left.
Catherine Woodman
well written Ilkes and Harpur novel--the relationship between the two is both uneasy and comfotable, and the books are enjoyable to read
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Read this to keep up with the great Harpur & Iles series, but it confirmed my opinion that the early entries are better.
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Bill James (born 1929) is a pseudonym of James Tucker, a Welsh novelist. He also writes under his own name and the pseudonyms David Craig and Judith Jones. He was a reporter with the Daily Mirror and various other newspapers after serving with the RAF He is married, with four children, and lives in South Wales.

The bulk of his output under the Bill James pseudonym is the Harpur and Iles series. Col...more
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