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Evan's Gate by Rhys Bowen
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Sep 07, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery, traditional_mystery, wales, contemporary_post_1945
Read in April, 2004

Rhys Bowen – 8th in series
Contstable Evan Evans becomes involved with two cases of missing children; one new, one old. Although the cases are 25 years apart, there are striking similarities in the age and appearance of the children. Evans feels a particular involvement as he played with the girl who disappeared 25 year’s ago and wonders whether the two cases are related.
***This is a well-written series which has, for me, become better over time as they become less light. There are red herrings, suspense and an ending which is sad and touching. Very well done.

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