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Holy Disorders by Edmund Crispin
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Apr 19, 12

bookshelves: proper-murder-mystery, historical-setting
Read from April 17 to 19, 2012, read count: 1

Like the other books by the same author, this book was a fun read. Gervase Fen was still as quirky as before, although sadly his presence didn't dominate the book, given that the narrator was someone else. In fact, it took a while before the narrator even met up with Fen.

Personal preference aside, this book was a lot of fun, and the plot, while sounding too farfetched (from the blurb), was actually believable. This novel worked, for me, as something of a supplement for my craving for Agatha Christie's novels. A good read, and you'll never guess until the end how they did it.

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