The Wood Beyond review ´ 3

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The Wood Beyond review ´ 3 Þ Police inspector Peter Pascoe is looking for a place to bury his grandmum’s ashes when he stumbles upon a startling family secret—an ancestor unjustly executed in wartime So preoccupied is Pascoe that he hardly notices the uproar in his own department Eight female animal rights protesters have unearthed human bones on theArthed human bones on the grounds of a drug company’s research headuartersYorkshire police superintendent Andrew Dalziel a man of prodigious appetite falls uickly for one of the activists a generously endowed woman who calls herself Cap Marvell While Dalziel begins to dally the investigation into. Andy Dalziel is one of my favourite fictional characters of all time I love his rude heavy handed no nonsense northernness but I think it is his pairing with Peter Pascoe that makes him most likeable Despite being almost the exact opposite of each other they complement each other perfectlyThis novel is another blinding example of Reginald Hill's inimitable style of writing He cleverly weaves Pascoe's investigation into his recently discovered ancestral mystery with a modern day case The detail in the descriptions of life as a soldier on the Western Front was startling and powerful My only issue with the novel was that there were so many Pascoes I sometimes got a little confused and had to re read for clarity

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The unidentified corpse collides with the mystery of Pascoe’s disgraced great grandfather and a high stakes pharmaceutical research project Suddenly the Yorkshire woods are giving up their darkest secrets of animal instincts human passions and a conspiracy that has killed once and will do so again. The complexity of this Dalziel and Pascoe mystery is both admirable and annoying as is the depth and often over elaborate language There are several threads of interconnected plots of which Pascoe’s investigation of his great grandfather’s execution as a coward in WW I is the most interesting Second Dalziel’s infatuation with Cap combines with his native suspicion about her innocence in the attack of another member of the animal rights group that she commands Certainly head and shoulders above the average who dun it Hill’series can wow and exasperate This one does both

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The Wood BeyondPolice inspector Peter Pascoe is looking for a place to bury his grandmum’s ashes when he stumbles upon a startling family secret an ancestor unjustly executed in wartime So preoccupied is Pascoe that he hardly notices the uproar in his own department Eight female animal rights protesters have une. When Detective Sgt Peter Pascoe is charged with taking his grandmother's ashes to their final resting place Her reuest is odd and convoluted and leads him to a long buried secret his great grandfather was court martialed and shot toward the end of WWI He becomes so involved in this personal investigation that he barely notices that his team is involved in the discovery of what might be a long buried body that was unearthed during an animal rights demonstration at a local pharmaceutical lab Hill alternates the history and the present day story back and forth until the end when it all comes together in a fascinating way