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BOOK REVIEW: A WALK IN THE SUN
BY ANTON WHITE

We hope you enjoy this book review by Gina Metz.





Two young boys exploring in the woods in the village of Wytchurst find human remains that are suspected to be from a murder victim. DS Simon Fuller and DC Lucia Rossetti of Eastbourne CID are assigned the case. A forensic anthropologist is called in to help attempt to identify the victim and figure out an approximate date of death.

Shortly thereafter Charlie “Cass” Bateman, a World War II veteran returns to Wytchurst after 50 years. He was stationed here for a short time during the war. He checks into the village inn and begins to tell his life’s story to the innkeeper.

Meanwhile the rest of the department are trying to shut down the Carmody family who have been selling heroin and running various other illegal business ventures in the area.

Anton White neatly weaves these three storylines together. His description of Cass Bateman’s time during the war is so vivid that one can picture it in your mind as you read along. The characters are well done and believable. I would highly recommend this book and look forward to other books by Anton White.

REVIEWED BY GINA METZ

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