The series ends on a high point, with this last novel being one of the best.
His best and sadly his last novel. This is "the real" page turner. You try to keep pace with Frost (and his nemesis) and you can't get enough. He always get kicked around, but in the end he's still the one who has the last laugh. Great read, great character, great series. Give us more Frost...
R.D. Wingfield died in July 2007, just after completing this book. So it's farewell to Frost, and what a farewell. Frost never lost his edge and Wingfield was just the best at juggling multiple plotlines. Please read the books. Frost is a darker, cruder, more cynical character than the twinkly David Jason version (good as that is) He is never averse to taking the illegal route, and he is totally politically incorrect. He is a masterly creation in detective fiction. RIP Frost and R.D. Wingfield. We will miss you both.
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