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Old 03-02-2013, 01:24 PM   #31
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Quintin Jardine writes three series of crime novels - I like his characters better than Rankin's Rebus, especially the Bob Skinner books.


Or there's Ellis Peters' Cadfael books for medieval mysteries.
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How about
Ruth Rendell (CI Wexford)
Dorothy Simpson (Inspector Thanet) - just published as ebooks
Ruth Dudley Edwards (Amiss & Troutbeck)

There's also Bill Knox's Thane & Moss series, but unfortunately they're not available as ebooks .
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If you can find them, Colin Watson's Flaxborough series.

Coffin Scarcely Used.
Hopjoy was Here.
Whatever's Going on at Mumblesby?
and others.

The novels are all set in and around Flaxborough, a largish (mythical) town in East Anglia, and have some of the most engaging villains and victims you are ever likely to meet. Good detective stories, but definitely a bit different (i.e. funny). There are a dozen or so, written from the early 60s into the early 80s. I've only every found about half of them so far.
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