Praise for Found Drowned

Amazon 5  reviews:

BK Duncan has done it again. Found Drowned continues Foul Trade’s journey into the sights, sounds and smells of 1920’s London . . .
I recommend this book to everyone; lovers of writing, history, characters, mystery. May Keaps and Jack Cahill are my literary friends and I can’t wait for the next instalment of their adventures.

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I loved the plot in this one and I was intrigued straight from the off and I thought the whole book was addictive . . .
The characters are great as always and I do love the writing style in this series, it is such an easy read, well paced and well researched.

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Story-line is great, gripping, well researched, and I liked the characters too.

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I am a massive fan of this series of historical adventures involving the delightful May Keaps . . . [Found Drowned] is an endearing, classy, exciting read, with a killer plot that made putting the book down virtually impossible.

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. . . the atmosphere of 20’s dockland London was captured superbly, you could really feel the harsh environment and the all-enveloping poverty . . . It made you feel as if you were there; this to me is the joy of a good book, that it draws you into it, allowing your imagination to work. All in all a superb read.

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The more that May does in her job, the more she is becoming accepted for the talents she brings to the role, not her gender. It is lovely to see her get the respect that is due to her and demanded by her boss. Lovely bloke and the police are softening too. So looking forward to the next book in this series to see where May barges in next.