Review: THE DIPLOMAT’S WIFE by Michael Ridpath

Another review…

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Well, recently I reviewed the first of Michael Ridpath’s books, and it’s only natural that I should follow it up with the latest of his books: THE DIPLOMAT’S WIFE.

Disclosure – I know Michael quiet well, and have enjoyed several glasses of wine with him at crime writer gatherings over the years. In fact, that is why he kindly sent me a copy of this book. Some months ago, he contacted me to ask whether I would mind having my name in his book. I’ve been told that I’ve been put into several other books over the years, by Quintin Jardine and others, but each time it’s been on the entirely reasonable basis that I have been put in as an author the hero or heroine has been reading. Which is fair enough.

However, Michael Ridpath has a twisted sense of humour. He preferred to see me as a jaded…

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