Readers preferring puzzles to perplexities might enjoy new mysteries by Peter Robinson and Paul Doiron. In ‘When the Music’s Over”, Robinson’s Inspector Banks must deal with two assault cases, a new case which is racially charged and a cold case from the 60s. In the “Widowmaker”, Doiron’s warden Mike Bowditch helps find a young man who has disappeared in the Widowmaker ski area, where Mike’s late father (a notorious poacher) once worked.
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