A Clubbable Woman

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Jun 1, 2009 - Dalziel, Andrew (Fictitious character) - 313 pages
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Home from the Rugby club after taking a nasty knock in a match, Connon finds his wife even more uncommunicative than usual. After passing out on his bed for five hours, he comes downstairs to discover communication has been cut off forever - by a hole in the middle of her forehead.Down at the club, passions run high, on and off the field.This is a home game for Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel who knows all the players, male and female. But Sergeant Peter Pascoe, whose loyalties lie with another code, has a few ideas of his own.

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Review: A Clubbable Woman (Dalziel & Pascoe #1)

User Review  - Joan Colby - Goodreads

I became interested in this series after viewing the Dalziel and Pascoe programs on BBC. A Clubbable Woman is the first book and I'm not disappointed. I see that the film follows the book religiously ... Read full review

Review: A Clubbable Woman (Dalziel & Pascoe #1)

User Review  - Liadagh - Goodreads

Dated. Badly written, far too slow. Too much unnecessary build up. It just wasn't a pleasurable read. I enjoyed the TV show which is why I read this book. If you like retro reads you might like it, otherwise I suggest giving it a pass. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Reginald Hill is a native of Cumbria and a former resident of Yorkshire, the setting for his outstanding crime novels featuring Dalziel and Pascoe, 'the best detective duo on the scene bar none' (Daily Telegraph). His writing career began with the publication of 'A Clubbable Woman' (1970), which introduced Chief Superintendent Andy Dalziel and DS Peter Pascoe. With their subsequent appearances Reginald Hill has won numerous awards, including the Crime Writers' Assocation Cartier Diamond Dagger for his lifetime. contribution to the genre.

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