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The Footprints of Satan
The Footprints of Satan
Author: Norman Berrow
When Greg Cushing visits his old Uncle Jake in Steeple Thelming, he intends to try and get over the recent loss of his drowned wife. His uncle lives a simple life with his books and donkey Boomer; his main social activity being drinking to excess at the local pub. But one morning after a snowfall Greg is among the residents of the village who ma...  more »
ISBN: 190988
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 241
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Publisher: Ramble House
Book Type: Paperback
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A virtually unknown author of impossible crime mysteries, I found Berrow's style very pleasing and enjoyed this book. It perhaps is a little longer than it need be, but it's a well done example of the puzzle of footprints that begin and end in the middle of a snowy street.

The identity of the killer was a surprise, but thinking back on it, all the clues were there for the reader, and once Inspector Lancelot Carolus Smith figures out the solution to the devil's spoor, the reader should be able to, also.

Recommended for devotees of golden age, locked room mysteries set in small English villages.
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