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Following lengthy sessions with her, he is released and begins a quest for the truth and revenge. The first, blatantly obvious, observation to make of Hill's latest is that it is a one-off, a non-series book. For those who, like me, worship at the shrine of Dalziel and Pascoe, Ellie and Wield, the arrival of a non-series Hill is always something of a disappointment.

It is equally obvious that this reaction is completely unfair and should not be allowed to interfere with any critical assessment; but as Alva Ozigbo often points out in the course of this book, our own motives need careful examination! And it still appears a legitimate question to ask why Hill felt the need to write a non-series book? What is it that he is attempting to do which could not be done within the confines of a Dalziel and Pascoe?

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Answering these questions should tell us much about the book. In the first place, and mostly obviously, Hill wants to return to his beloved Cumbria. The landscape of Cumbria is an enormous presence in the book and Wolf Hadda is a figure formed out of that landscape. In some senses one of the morals of the tale might be about the dangers of leaving a home to which one has such an umbilical tie.

Secondly Hill wants to go deep into psychological, indeed psychiatric questions. The relationship between Hadda and Ozigbo, or Wolf and Elf as they are nicknamed, dominates the first pages, and I felt at times that I had wandered into a Minette Walters book, for this is territory which she has made her own. All Rights Reserved.

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