Booker and Cash are back in the third instalement, this time in Poor Hands, David and Jo are more settled in there living alongside each other arrangement.
The coffee shop is thriving and David has his ideas for making more changes, however nothing is settled for long and we are soon caught up with Jo's latest investigation with Booker helping her out.
This series has such entertaining characters in David and Jo, with the back story set from Books 1 and Two, Bad Son's and He made me, you can catch up from this book, but to get the full experience of Booker and Cash, I suggest reading them in order.
We are taken on a great adventure, and as always Romney Marsh, gives us a character in it's own right.
I found this book darker and more chilling than the previous two reads, but without venturing too far from the great easy way of seeing life through David Bookers eyes, and his great sense of humour, and sarcasm shows through.
Booker and Cash is an understatedly clever series that bubbles along idyllically, but never for long.
A fantastic third instalment from Oliver Tidy and hoping it won't be long until we are back and seeing what trials are on the horizon for this dynamic duo.
Oliver Tidy was born and bred on Romney Marsh, Kent. After a fairly aimless foray into adulthood and a number of unfulfilling jobs he went back to education and qualified as a primary school teacher.
A few years of having the life sucked out of him in the classroom encouraged Oliver abroad to teach English as a foreign language. The lifestyle provided him the time and opportunity to try his hand at writing.
Oliver's success as a self-published author has led to his Booker & Cash series of books, which are set mainly on Romney Marsh, being signed by Bloodhound Books.
Oliver is now back living on Romney Marsh and writing full time.