The Flesh Tailor – Kate Ellis

Why is it that in some types of mysteries, often British, the characters feel like outlines rather than solid people?  And sometimes there are simply too many people.

This was an OK book for me, though I was slogging a bit towards the end.

The sense of place and culture and history was pretty well invoked.  The farmhouse with creepy historic secrets was well done.

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