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The dark side of Whitby: Kate Atkinson’s Big Sky and other crime novels reviewed

27 July 2019

9:00 AM

27 July 2019

9:00 AM

Andrew Martin continues his quest to create uniquely interesting crime novels in The Winker (Corsair, £16.99). Lee Jones is a rock musician facing cultural extinction as the punks take over. It’s 1976. He wanders around London dressed to the nines, living his fantasies. His trademark move on stage was to wink at a member of the audience.

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