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Review: The Coldest Blood (Philip Dryden #4)

User Review  - Monica - Goodreads

Another good book by Jim Kelly. The Philip Dryden series takes place in the Fens in England. And the weather is cold and miserable. Kelly writes books with great atmosphere. You can feel the cold ... Read full review

Review: The Coldest Blood (Philip Dryden #4)

User Review  - Catherine Woodman - Goodreads

Kelly's well-written if convoluted fourth outing for Cambridgeshire journalist Philip Dryden (after 2005's The Moon Tunnel) opens with a gruesome scene at the Dolphin Holiday Camp in August 1974, then ... Read full review

Review: The Coldest Blood (Philip Dryden #4)

User Review  - Ishmael Seaward - Goodreads

Probably the best in the series. Also the final, I suspect. What I like about it is the surprising connections that keep popping up. I also found it helpful to look up the medical terms; it definitely adds depth to the story. It also helps to use Google maps. Read full review

Review: The Coldest Blood (Philip Dryden #4)

User Review  - LJ - Goodreads

THE COLDEST BLOOD (Unl. Invest-Philip Dryden-England-Cont) G Kelly, Jim 4th in series Michael Joseph, 2006, UK Hardcover ISBN: 0718147537 First Sentence: The dagger lay on his naked thigh, its ... Read full review

Review: The Coldest Blood (Philip Dryden #4)

User Review  - Maddy - Goodreads

RATING: 3.0 We've all heard of the tragedies that occur in cold weather, of people dying in their own homes due to lack of heat. But what about someone who commits suicide by opening all the windows ... Read full review

Review: The Coldest Blood (Philip Dryden #4)

User Review  - Rodillagrande - Goodreads

The crime puzzle was interesting but it was the situation with his wife that held the suspense for me. Read full review


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