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No 641 The Burning by Jane Casey

Being a female Irish crime writer seems to lead to inevitable comparisons with Tana French. I can understand publishers wishing to capitalise on French’s success, but I think it does a disservice to Jane Casey, who is writing a very different type of procedural but just happens to come from the same place. The Burning…

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