Godlefe’s Cuckoo by Bill Todd – Book Review



Godlefe’s Cuckoo (book 6)

Danny Lancaster has been missing since the fishing boat exploded. Police are closing their inquiry but Wanda Lovejoy continues her campaign to find the truth.

An evil man kept alive by machines nurses a corrosive hate. As drugs and disease pull his dying mind apart he throws his crime empire into a scorched earth quest to find one man. If Danny Lancaster isn’t dead he soon will be.


Danny Lancaster is missing, after an explosion on a boat, he is presumed dead…..

The Police have closed the investigation because of lack of progress and a low budget…

But the marvellous Wanda will not give up her search to find out what happened and why.

Others also want to know, they want to make sure Danny is really dead ! If he isn’t, he soon will be !

Evil Russians, violence and many twists and turns …Another brilliant tale by Bill Todd…great characters and a truly thrilling, breathtaking plot. 

Thank you to Damppebbles Blog Tours for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour, for the promotional materials and a free copy of the ebook. This is my honest, unbiased review. 



Bill is a journalist and travel writer who has visited more than 40 countries from the white wastes of Arctic Finland to the ancient deserts of Namibia. He loves a good wilderness. He received the Ed Lacy travel award in 2007.

Bill has written six crime thrillers featuring soldier-turned-investigator Danny Lancaster and was startled and delighted to be voted one of the 100 best crime authors in the WH Smith readers’ poll in 2015. He’s also written three short factual military histories. He lives to write although keyboard time has been cut lately with the arrival of grandson Theo. 


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One response to “Godlefe’s Cuckoo by Bill Todd – Book Review”

  1. Thanks so much, Lesley x


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