The Heron’s Cry by Ann Cleeves 382 pages

In Cleeve’s second Matthew Venn mystery , she focuses on a suicide and the murder of the man who was investigating the suicide. With the help of his assistants, Jen Rafferty and Ross May, Venn finally gets to the bottom of this and other alarming crimes occurring in the quaint, usually quiet, English village in Devon.

I rarely read mysteries with the exception of those by Ann Cleeves. I love her descriptions of the English countryside, her endings are never predictable and Matthew Venn is a unique, admirable detective-gay, very proper and guilt-ridden.

The Heron’s Cry by Ann Cleeves 382 pages

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