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|Title||:||The Galloway Case|
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The Galloway Case Reviews
THis was amongst a number of old Collins Crime Club books from the 40s and 50s which I picked up recently in a second hand shop - the ones with a sinister silhouette of a figure holding a gun. Not a bad 'light' read and also an interesting feel of the age it was written in.
Begins very well and then turns rather daft... how can a so-called journalis behave with such utter naivety??? Peter Rennie does not investigate what every person would think is most important, but gets distracted by leads that are foolish or naive. What seemed a nice, pleasant read from the 50's turned into a boring and naive end, regrettably. I had wished the author would have investigated into how Shaw really died/was killed instead of gathering worthless evidence, and the end with the tunnels in the quarry is so far-fetched it definitely kills what could have remained of the thrill.
back in the day when things were a little more gentle......I had big doubts about this book. Written in 1960 I thought it wouldn't punch hard enough to keep my attention. In fact it isn't a heavy puncher. It isn't a graphic thriller which is full of blood and guts, the sort I usually like. No gore but yet well written and a gentle story that kept me interested from start to finish.