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A Certain Justice by P.D. James
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May 04, 2008

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** spoiler alert ** I enjoyed this classic P.D. James, especially with the twist that the "it-must-surely-be-this-bad-boy-but-oh-no-he's-actually-an-angel-it's -someone-completely-unlikely-whodunnit" uncorkscrewed itself rather nicely, for once. However, I wish Kate Miskin would stop blathering on about Ellison Fairweather Buildings. OK, OK, she grew up in a council flat, do you have to bang on about it all the time, mentioning its specific name every time you do so? There are surely more subtle ways of painting in a character's backstory and the history that underlies their actions and feelings. I am sick to death of Ellison Fairweather and of Kate's unfeeling granny.
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