Reet good


Once again, a great book from Kate Atkinson, continuing their series featuring her troubled private detective: Jackson Brodie. 

Here we find a tale stretching back to a carefully written 1970s Yorkshire at the time of the Ripper but dragged forward into the present day with some very engaging characters and a sideways look at adoption and social services. 

There’s also a cute dog who kind of steals the show. 

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