An innocent man is on the run in a Hitchcockian psychological thriller by the author of the outstanding Dalziel and Pascoe mysteries (The New York Times). Best known for his Dalziel and Pascoe novels, which were adapted into a hit BBC series, Reginald Hill proves himself to be a master o. .Taking a break from a sour marriage and a bitter wife, Harry Bentink is looking forward to the long-needed respite.
Fell of Dark" is a non-Pascoe and Dalziel, one off crime story. Basically, the tale of a man wrongfully accused of the double murder of two young women that occurs on a hiking trail that the protagonist and a friend have been following in the north of England. The accused man panics during a police interrogation and takes off cross-country to evade the trailing cops. Bearing in mind that it was written by the incomparable Reginald Hill and carries the hallmarks of clear prose and introspective characters, the premise that an innocent, rational and respectable upper-class businessman would attempt a getaway from the cops just doesn't hold much water.
Set in his native Cumberland, this was Reginald Hill's very first novel and its cleverly interwoven strands of dete. Then two girls are found murdered in the high fells, and suddenly there's no doubt about it. He's running.
Reginald Charles Hill FRSL (3 April 1936 – 12 January 2012) was an English crime writer and the winner in 1995 of the Crime Writers' Association Cartier Diamond Dagger for Lifetime Achievement. Hill was born to a "very ordinary" family. His father, Reg Hill, was a professional footballer. His mother was a fan of Golden Age crime writers, and he discovered the genre while fetching her library books. He passed the Eleven plus exam and attended Carlisle Grammar School where he excelled in English.
Books related to Fell of Dark. A Clubbable Woman (Dalziel & Pascoe, Book 1). Reginald Hill. Asking for the Moon: A Collection of Dalziel and Pascoe Stories. On Beulah Height (Dalziel & Pascoe, Book 15). Arms and the Women (Dalziel & Pascoe, Book 16). Midnight Fugue (Dalziel & Pascoe, Book 22). Report for Murder (Lindsay Gordon Crime Series, Book 1).
Author: Hill, Reginald. Reginald Hill was brought up in Cumbria, and has returned there after many years in Yorkshire
Author: Hill, Reginald. Reginald Hill was brought up in Cumbria, and has returned there after many years in Yorkshire. With his first crime novel, A Clubbable Woman, he was hailed as & crime novel's best hope' and twenty years on he has more than fulfilled that promise. Country of Publication.
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