Overall then highly recommended for Crime Fiction fans, an excellent addition to my list of author favourites. Rachel Teller and her husband David appear happy, prosperous and fulfilled. The big house, the successful business. They have everything. However, control, not love, fuels their relationship and David has no idea his wife indulges in drunken indiscretions. When Rachel kills a man in a hit and run, the meticulously maintained veneer over their life begins to crack.
An extremely clever, addictive and fun psychological thriller, I absolutely hated every single character in this book. HATED them. Loved to hate them and could not stop reading about them no matter how I tried though. So we have Rachel then, telling the story. After a drunken night with her lover, she runs down a man and kills him. Rather than calling the police she hides the body and returns home to David who is also determined to cover it up.
Cue a lot of shenanigans, some twists and some turns, but mostly a terrifically intelligent insightful character piece about a lot of people you most definitely would want to avoid like the plague in real life. They are however extremely authentic and believable. Like calls to like I guess, they all seem cut from the same cloth but with different consequences. But during the reading of this I ground my teeth, growled a lot and often paced around for a bit after putting it aside for a while. As Rachel got further and further into the mire, as she pulled other people into her vortex, despite the fact that she had been through a lot in her life, I found myself being mostly sympathetic towards the dogs and hoping someone would rescue them soon….
David is an extraordinarily well drawn character. Ambitious, ruthless, cold as a fish, he treats Rachel appallingly. Rebecca Whitney has explored the theme of mental as opposed to physical abuse here brilliantly — often its easier to make a character evil by getting them to hit out, but David is much more insidious than that.
Still though, I found it difficult to feel sorry for Rachel at all, as I said, I hated the lot of them! Isnt it brilliant? Overall this was a wonderful debut, it will definitely get your blood up, and is written in a way that gets you deep into the mindset of the characters both main and peripheral and will really give you something to think about. Her son, Magnus, has disappeared, and she begs Peter to look for him. The next day a young nun is pulled out of the moat at the convent in Djursland. She has been garrotted and Peter, who works there as a carpenter, was the last person to see her alive.
When a young Nun is found murdered, her story links to a violent and unknown history. Peter Boutrop, who has problems of his own, gets caught up in the tangled web and is reluctantly drawn into a world he wants no part of. There is a high quality character arc to this tale and the backdrop is brilliantly described to give you a sense of the surroundings. Quite apart from Peter there is a small group of well drawn, intriguing and often enigmatic characters to follow along with, whose lives you will find yourself hopelessly caught up in.
I adored Peter as a character, so tough on the outside but just as conflicted inside as anybody else — his reluctance to get involved followed by an inate need to find the truth is endlessly compelling. There are some great examples of Danish crime fiction around at the moment and this is top notch — beautifully written, with a very engaging and engrossing mystery, peppered with some marvellous and easily loveable characters, I shall definitely be reading the first book and I hope that the next one is not far away.
When Inspector Akyl Borubaev of Bishkek Murder Squad arrives at the brutal murder scene of a young woman, all evidence hints at a sadistic serial killer on the hunt for more prey. So firstly I should probably tell you that this book will make you shiver. Not ONLY because it is an amazingly intense and evocative crime thriller but because it has such wonderfully descriptive prose that you may actually start feeling as if you are in the middle of Winter….
I love dark novels like this one — yes it is violent but then we live in a violent society, no use ignoring it and hoping it will go away — which is precisely what Akyl Borubaev refuses to do when all around him seem determined to prevaricate and point him in all sorts of wrong directions. A young woman is dead and in a most horrific way, the politics of the region are eclectic and danger lurks around every corner — Tom Callaghan paints us a dark and disturbing picture of life on the edge and for me it was endlessly compelling and absolutely fascinating.
The cast of characters are all amazingly well drawn and it is an extremely addictive read — scary in places, downright emotional in others and overall I thought it was terribly terrific. A rich old man, Rupert Moncrieff, is beaten to death in the silence of his West Country waterside mansion, his head hooded and his throat cut. His extended family are still living beneath his roof, each with their own room, their own story, their own ghosts, and their own motives for murder. And in this world of darkness and dysfunction are the artefacts and memories of colonial atrocities that are returning to haunt them all.
This is my first introduction to the Jimmy Suttle series and indeed my first introduction to the author and I have to say that it will definitely not be the last book I read from him, this was terrific top notch crime fiction. I loved Jimmy as a character, but my favourite part of the book was following Lizzie along as she tries to understand, come to terms with and write about the loss of their daughter.
Overall then a really excellent read, great writing, great plot and character development and very engaging. Highly Recommended for fans of Crime Fiction. As a drug-fuelled teenage tearaway, Kaz Phelps took the rap for her little brother Joey over a bungled armed robbery and went to jail.
Clean and sober, and driven by a secret passion for her lawyer, Helen, Kaz wants to escape the violence and abuse of her Essex gangster family. When Kaz gets out of prison she immediately, despite her protests, starts to get drawn back into the vortex of her blood family — the death of an undercover police officer puts yet more pressure on her from other directions and how she copes and the people surrounding her makes this endlessly fascinating.
It very much came down to the extremely well written character of Kaz that made the difference for me. Struggling to escape her past, determined to do better in the future, she walks a fine line between family and her own needs and this made it all thoroughly exciting — I also related to her quite well, she was realistic in her outlook and was flawed in a way that had been dictated by her birthright.
The police side of things is also peppered with some terrific characters, the lines blurring often between them and the criminals — the author managing to put those shades of grey in seemlessly, so often you wonder if anyone at all is on the side of the angels. I loved Nicci, on a mission of her own, there are some really great strong female leads to be found here and all the characters have great depth and their own agendas which give a nice little set of twists to proceedings.
The story itself is really excellent, several intriguing threads making up a wonderfully layered plot. Ms Wilkins has managed to write a thriller that is also very much a family drama, in a way that appealed to me much more than a lot of other authors who write similar tales — we all read differently of course — but I was hooked from the first page and that never really went away.
After picking up his sixteen-year-old son, Ryan, from the cinema one evening, Jake Buckman decides to let him practice driving home along a seemingly quiet street. It is a decision that will alter the lives of their family for ever, as Ryan hits a jogger, who does not survive. What follows is not a clear-cut hit and run, but a split-second decision by a father who will do anything to protect his son. A quick read for me, this was an intriguing enough story but for some reason was not really hitting the mark for me on several levels.
The premise is an interesting one — how far would you go to protect your children? What I did like about this one was the moral choices, how the characters handled them, for the most part this was done really well, with perhaps slightly too much unrealistic angst, but generally speaking gives you pause for thought on what you might do in this situation. The relationship between Jake and Ryan is well drawn for the most part and you can easily get emotionally involved with them. A bit too caricature for me, also I got a bit too tangled up in the twists and turns of the tale which led to what was, for me, a rather improbable ending.
Accused of grassing up a fellow officer and driven brutally out of home and job, Grace Fisher is thankful to survive some dark times and find haven with the Major Investigation Team in Essex. One female student is missing, last seen at a popular bar in Colchester. When a second student, also out drinking, is murdered and left grotesquely posed, the case becomes headline news.
Someone is leaking disturbing details to a tabloid crime reporter. Is it the killer? Or a detective close to the case? Some top notch crime fiction from the pen of Isabelle Grey here,which just goes to show there is still a lot of life left in the police procedural drama stakes, all you need are some well drawn characters, a haunting yet intriguing mystery and an ability to draw the reader in and make them care about what is going on — all of which happens here with bells on.
Grace joins the Major Investigation Team in Essex, having been unceremoniously dumped from her previous life for doing the right thing. Definitely one of the most readable crime novels I have read recently, there is a beauty in the writing and a definite addictive quality to it which keeps you turning the pages and eager to know how it all pans out.
Some dark themes explored as well — obsession and domestic violence along with some interesting threads to do with freedom of the press and police politics — overall this was a superb example of its kind and I really cannot recommend it highly enough for fans of Crime Fiction. A young writer arrives at a prison to interview a man arrested for homicide. He has been commissioned to write a full account of the case, from its bizarre and grisly details to the nature of the man behind the crime.
The suspect, while world-renowned as a photographer, has a deeply unsettling portfolio—lurking beneath the surface of each photograph is an acutely obsessive fascination with his subject. This one was a bit hit and miss for me — the story was intriguing for sure and there is some dark obsessive traits to the flow of the novel that do keep you reading — however, whether something was lost in translation or whether it was just me, the whole thing felt a little disjointed. On the plus side it is a compelling tale — A writer preparing to write a book about some grisly murders begins interviewing the killer — but some dark secrets start to emerge which changes his outlook on the whole thing and leads him down a dark path.
I particularly loved the themes relating to creativity and when it becomes obsesssion, the dangerous nature of the protagonists becoming clearer and some of it is really quite frightening. However I found it hard to separate the characters on occasion — the writing style didnt really change, and sometimes the plot lost cohesion and you were not really sure where you were.
Whilst the killer and the writer are well drawn, I found the women to be too caricature for me — over the top and unlikely, which sometimes took me out of the moment. It also suffered from a rather convoluted in my opinion resolution and a tendency to pull plot threads out of nowhere. To be fair that is likely to be translation issues rather than anything else but still it grated somewhat.
There is definitely a great book in here, the premise is clever, the execution may be hit and miss as I said but still I read to the end because I absolutely had to know what was going on and what the outcome would be. Twenty-five years ago in the woods near the Hoh River in Seattle, three boys were kidnapped. One did not come home. A quarter of a decade later, a family of four is found brutally murdered, the words thirteen days scratched near their lifeless bodies.
Homicide Detective Alice Madison ran away from home as a child, one breath away from committing an unforgivable act; as an adult, she found her peace chasing the very worst humanity has to offer. Madison believes these murders are linked. And she has thirteen days to prove it. In this case, for whatever reason, this one was spot on perfect for me, and I feel very strongly that this is a series that is going to have me addicted and dying for the next instalment.
Well for one there is Alice Madison. She has her inner demons, fairly standard for a main protagonist, but in the case of Alice they are highly intriguing, well imagined and extremely well written ones that actually inform the story and move it forward in a realistic yet fascinating manner. She is both likeable yet most definitely flawed in a way that I related to and I wanted, in fact needed, to follow along with her.
Another reason is the character relationships. For me this gave an added depth to proceedings, a little added frisson to the heart of the tale, and I absolutely fell in love with all three characters, both individually and as a rather compelling trio. Then of course there is the mystery, the crime being solved, which is intelligently plotted, not immediately obvious and very captivating. Some beautiful little twists and turns along the way, a gorgeous darkly addictive writing style and some alluring psychological character building not limited to our three main interests, make this a terrific read from start to finish.
I would definitely highly recommend it for fans of this genre — whilst as I stated above, a love of Crime Fiction with all its choices will always end up being a subjective love, there is a lot to fall for here and I can tell you that the quality and depth of writing is excellent and continues into book Two. So give it a go — You never know, perhaps you will also find a new series here that you want to follow along with….
Well kind of. I will definitely be going back to read the first one now and there was absolutely no issue in storyline by starting here.
Nina is back at work and being treated with kid gloves — NOT something she is particularly fond of and I immediately got a feel for her as a character as she pretty much set her own path, so there was an instant connection for me as a reader — when she is tasked with looking into an old case, but it turns out to have very particular implications on a current one, the scene is set for a terrific mystery and a very addictive story.
I do love Crime Fiction — there is an element of fun to reading Crime that you cannot get from any other type of novel — so when it is done well, as it certainly is here, it is pure joy to read. There is a wonderful flow, some terrifically drawn characters and an intelligent intriguing mystery to solve as you go.
There are a lot of police procedurals around in the market these days, some might say too many, but for me it just goes to show how popular this type of novel is. When you get one like this it is very easy to see why — when you are reading for pure escapism, but do also want an emotional resonance to it, this is the type of book you pick up. Hannah, Adam and adorable young Sydney Wickes are living under assumed identities in West Philadelphia.
Although she s found it hard to adjust to life in the city, at least Hannah and her family are safe and slowly beginning to build new lives for themselves. But all that changes when an unexpected tragedy throws the harsh spotlight of publicity onto the Wickes family, putting them in serious danger. Because Hannah and those she loves are hiding a dark secret in their past, a secret that has torn their lives apart. For what do you do when the person you should love the most poses the greatest threat?
The Wickes sinister family secret is destined to catch up with them with terrifying consequences. This is my first novel from this author and I found it to be an excellent psychological thriller with some very dark themes, handled well in an extremely readable fashion that kept me turning the pages long into the night. Hannah, Adam and Sydney are in hiding, under assumed identities, due to a problem in their past. When an unexpected event throws them into the spotlight, the past comes back to haunt them in a terrifying fashion.
This was intelligently constructed, the past event that lead them into hiding is not what you might think and the characters are all well drawn, complicated in some ways, but eminently intriguing. There is a strong undercurrent of menace that runs through the narrative keeping you on edge and the story flows along with a perfect flow, understanding of the true nature of the danger facing them unfolding in thought provoking fashion. Overall a terrific read, one that has encouraged me to try some other novels from Patricia Macdonald.
I had a real love hate relationship with this book. The majority of it was absolutely brilliant, heart wrenching, emotional and giving a portrait of loss, grief and healing, with our main character Lucy still trying to come to terms with the loss of her child when his killer is released — setting off a whole new range of emotions that threaten to tear her apart. Things I loved: The difficult and emotional relationship Lucy has with her eldest child, who is now a teenager with all the ups and downs that brings, but with the added difficulty of his own guilty feelings about the day his brother went missing.
I found this to be extremely well drawn, realistic and it absolutely tugged on my heartstrings. Generally as well the issues between Lucy and her ex husband are also intelligently written with a devastating look at how the loss of a child can affect and in this case end a marriage. A well flowing and excellent plot to be sure. But then…sex. Oh dear me. I am aware that this is very subjective and in general I am not adverse to a darn good sex scene if it is in keeping with the rest of the novel and adds something to the characters or the plot that gives them a greater depth.
But for me, in this case, it just BAM took me right out of the moment. Initially the growing attraction between Lucy and Matt the police officer was subtle and added to the flow, but then at seemingly to me VERY odd times they went in for a descriptively written moment of bed hopping. There was one particular instance of this that had me shaking my head — I cant say more due to spoilers but it really did grate on me personally as a reader due to what was going on around them at the time.
It was an interesting sub plot if you like, how the decision is made and how wide ranging the affects of that can be — and it was definitely part of the book that engaged my brain.
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So much so that she takes children, randomly, and keeps them for an hour or so before returning them unharmed. The point for her being, watch your children or you may end up like me.
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She has very normal feelings of guilt and genuinely wants to save others from the horror of permanently losing their children, is obviously suffering from depression and not getting the help she needs. So for the first third, as we watch Melanie in her life, with the occasional flashback to her time with her baby, this is an addictive and emotional read that will touch your heart and give you something to think about.
Then after Melanie meets Scott, a prosecutor, and begins to realise that what she is doing is wrong, the whole thing suddenly went insanely fast. Police investigation, resolution of the original kidnapping, new relationship forming, Melanie coming to terms — it was all terribly rushed and not very well constructed. It totally lost me, I didnt really feel anything and I lost my sympathy for any of them, frankly.
And the solutions were highly questionable with regards to motive that seemed to have been pulled out of pretty thin air. I would have liked this to be longer — it is a short read, it only took me a couple of hours, and my opinion is that had the author expanded and extended, keeping up the same emotional resonance and depth of feeling that she brought to the first part, this could have been something very special.
Ambience wise it is good, but I honestly felt as if this were two people writing it, one for the first bit and one for the second. So in the end it was fine but didnt really do it for me as a whole, complete and fulfilling tale. Julia has always been the friend that Livy turns to when life is difficult. Or so Livy thought. So when Julia is found dead in her home, Livy cannot come to terms with the news that she chose to end her own life. The Julia that Livy knew was vibrant and vivacious, a far cry from the selfish neurotic that her family seem determined to paint her as.
Alienating everyone around her, Livy is determined to get to the truth of the matter but danger lies ahead as she stirs up an age old murder and finds herself in the sights of a killer…. This was an intriguing and engaging read, with a few good twists and turns, even though I spotted the murderer quite early on this did not detract from my overall enjoyment of the novel, probably because there were some great characters in here that I was eager to follow through to the finish.
On the plus side, Livy is well imagined and has a good depth to her — her actions, even whilst occasionally rather inept, are all realistic to the character. The killer, when given a voice, is truly chilling, their actions described in a matter of fact manner that sends a shiver through you. On the more negative side, by the end of the novel I didnt really feel I knew Julia at all — she is described in retrospect by several other people all of whom have a different viewpoint — realistic perhaps yes, but I would have liked her to be more grounded.
Having said all that, this was definitely a page turner — there are some truly edge of the seat moments and I found the ending to be satisfying and exciting, Ms McKenzie managing to ramp up the intensity at just the right moment. The overall flow of the novel is great, building the tension and leading you to the moment where all is revealed and the final showdown brings all the threads together in a heart stopping section that will have you holding your breath.
Overall a highly enjoyable read and definitely recommended for fans of crime fiction and psychological thrillers. Returning to a hometown grappling with its own ghosts, Danny finds a dead body at the infamous Lost Creek gallows where a band of rebellious Irish miners was once executed. Teaming up with veteran detective Rafe, a father-like figure from his youth, Danny, in pursuit of a killer, comes dangerously close to startling truths about his family, his past, and himself. Atmospherically speaking the sense of place is magnificent — the dying town of Lost Creek is brought into sharp focus by some imaginative and intelligent writing that lets you see what is bubbling just beneath the surface.
A dark history abounds here and its effects are far reaching — by allowing her characters to lead the way Ms O Dell manages to keep you off kilter, never sure what may be just around the corner, at the same time giving a snapshot of small town life and the intricacy of that which is absolutely fascinating. Unmarried, and pregnant. But everyone else does. And someone brings judgement down upon her. Out of curiousity, the file is reopened. And in the cold light of hindsight, a chilling realisation creeps upon the community. There are several themes running through the narrative that add to the overall ambience — the attitude of the day towards single parents, the understanding or lack thereof of dementia, a different world both in philosophy and procedure that leads to a murderer going free.
As we learn about that day so long ago, interspersed with statements from various players in the present time, a remarkable and emotional tale comes into the light. I was very taken with all the characters, the atmosphere and sense of place was magnificent, painting a picture for the reader as the story unfolded — a short but sweet read that will have you immersed into the tale throughout and awaiting the final outcome.
Overall an excellent book and one I would recommend especially to anyone who likes the mystery genre but are looking for something a bit off the beaten track. A change of clothes. A wig. An inconspicuous sedan. We doubled back once, twice, then drove south when we were really headed east. In San Francisco we had a girl who looked like me board a plane to Hawaii.
Oh, I thought I was so clever. I love a good twisty tale — yes I know you all know that — they are especially good when you have a feisty often unlikeable but eminently intriguing heroine that doesnt always get it right such as the wonderfully drawn Janie Jenkins. She drags you along in her wake as she tries to discover the truth about her mother and who might have killed her, and it all flows beautifully from the pen of Elizabeth Little in an addictive and terribly terrific way.
Janie Jenkins, Socialite, IT girl, was convicted of murdering her mother. Released on a technicality and stalked across the country by the tabloid press, she begins to discover that Dear Mother may not have been quite as she appeared. The story twists and turns as Janie meets some people from the past she never even knew existed and begins to unravel a web of deception. The characters all have depth and substance, the mystery element is intelligent and often unexpected and overall I would be more than happy to give this one a Highly Recommended tag most especially for lovers of all things crime and mystery.
Mr Marseille is polite, elegant, and erudite. He would do anything for his genteel true love Anabelle. And he is a psychopath. A quiet Philadelphia suburb. A woman cycles past a train depot with her young daughter. And there she finds a murdered girl posed on a newly painted bench. Seven days later, two more young victims are discovered in a disused house, posed on painted swings. At the scene is an identical invite.
A delicate porcelain doll. And a threat. With Marseille and Anabelle stalking the city, Detectives Byrne and Balzano have just seven days to find the link between the murders before another innocent child is snatched from its streets. Hey we all like to be scared occasionally and for me, the scariest moments come not from monsters under the bed but the monsters hidden in plain sight — and this is what this author pulls off so well every single time. The villains get as much attention as our good guys — the reason why I get so freaked out by them is because the psychological depth is always extremely well drawn, the backstory clever and the feel for them real.
They could be you. They could be me. Its ok…its not me! Overall a brilliant addition to an already brilliant series and one I would highly recommend for any Crime Fiction fan. Audie Palmer has spent a decade in prison for an armed robbery in which four people died, including two of his gang. Five million dollars has never been recovered and everybody believes that Audie knows where the money is. One day before he is due to be released, Audie Palmer makes his escape from Jail and appears to go on the run — but why? Another 24 hours would have seen him free.
What follows is a heart stopping race against time as Audie attempts to evade his would be captors and right a wrong — there is a lot more going on than meets the eye and it is truly compelling stuff. Indeed as I headed into the final part of this, I couldnt put it down — I completed it bleary eyed yet satisfied at 3am one morning. Michael Robotham never fails to deliver on great writing, intelligent plotting and people you will fall for and this was no exception to the rule.
The summer of The whole country baking in a heatwave. And in a sleepy Derbyshire village a man, known locally as the Ugly Man, walks into his local with a claw hammer and in front of everyone brutally murders the young woman behind the bar. For Patricia Lancing, juggling the demands of being a wife and mother alongside her desire to get recognition as an investigative journalist, this could be the case that makes her career.
If she survives it. Very atmospheric and absorbing tale — tagged as a short story, but at about pages more of a novella, this is the first story by P. Viner that I have read — and I definitely want to read more. Constantly passed over for her male colleagues, despite being better at her job than they are, you will be right there with Patricia as she is determined to change all that — but finds herself in deep water.
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Overall a terrific little read. I would recommend this for fans of crime and mystery who like something just a little different in their main protagonist. Any bloody death will lead Inspectors Ikmen and Suleyman out onto the dark streets of Istanbul. But as the months pass and the violence increases, it turns into a hunt for that rare phenomenon in the golden city on the Bosphorus: a serial killer. I will definitely be heading into my backlist! The thing I love most about these is the setting — Ms Nadel manages to bring into sharp focus the ambience and atmosphere of Istanbul, a place I have never been but feel like I have.
It makes for a much better reading experience when you can sense and almost feel the places that the protagonists are living and working in and that is definitely one of the real strengths of this series. Intelligent plotting as ever, with a dark undertone and a much welcome return of the grumpy yet loveable Inspector Ikmen, we are back in serial killer territory here and of course I do adore a good serial killer thriller. Another book that has haunted my dreams lately, which always means it was a good one, I was completely immersed in this throughout.
A really durable series within a plethora of great crime fiction long may this continue. When her father fails to appear for lunch at their country estate, Martha Beale knows something is wrong. This was a fairly intriguing historical crime mystery, to be honest however I was a bit up and down with it. The mystery element IS well done for sure — although the heart of the book can be found more in the society portions of the novel — and I was compelled to find out what was what.
As this is the first book in a series I will be very interested to see what is next for Martha. If the author can keep her character moving forward, I can see this developing into an interesting series and one which I would like to keep up with. Bristol, Then local mogul Earl Linney approaches him. With rent due, and no job, JT has little option than to accept. Anway, I digress. There is a richness of language here and a whole different era to discover which will hook you right into the story and hold you there enthralled throughout. I adored JT as a character, I rooted for him all the way.
I was also very fond of Vic, I totally fell in love. Added to that there is a plethora of other supporting characters, both peripheral and right in the middle of things that give the whole thing a realistic bent and keep you turning the pages avidly devouring every move they make. Set against a Bristol backdrop, that city comes to life right before your eyes with a terrifically well balanced sense of place and time making this extremely well constructed and absolutely addictive. Ellie is a dreamer and her dreams often find their way into her writing.
Inexperienced, and under no illusions about her own attractiveness, she is shocked and delighted when a fellow student, the enigmatic Adam, starts to pay her attention. Although Adam is secretive about his own life, she resolves to record every moment of this exciting time and her journal will prove to be critical when her friends suspect she is in real danger.
What they read seems to confirm all their fears, but how much of it can we believe? He behaves a little strangely but she puts it down to shyness — when he asks her to go away for a caravan holiday, she jumps at the chance. But all may not be as it seems. Obviously a bit naive, a girl who dreams of true love and allows herself to trust a little too easily, it has an open and chatty style that suits the character perfectly. There was some suspension of disbelief required overall at her inaction to some glaringly obvious danger signals but mostly I was enthralled by the situation she found herself in and there are some terrific plot developments and little twists to the tale that all add to the whole beautifully.
It does feel like a book that needs a sequel — I have to admit to being vaguely confused by the ending, and it didnt feel as finished as I would like personally as a reader — but that is a subjective thing and the main issues are cleared up satisfactorily. Overall a terrific little mystery with a twist in the tale and I do kind of hope to meet Ellie again. The Second World War has ended, leaving a bruised and fragile peace. But this tranquillity is threatened when a shocking murder takes place in the Sussex countryside. Before long, police experts discover a link to another, earlier, killing hundreds of miles away.
This time it appears as if there is a mad gunman on the loose — despite repeated attempts to discover a link between the victims, the waters are murky. Enter almost by accident, John Madden, who may unwittingly hold the key to the motive for the crime.. These novels have such a gentle, beautiful flow to them, putting you right into that time and place without effort, a time when the country was mending itself after a horrific war, rationing was still in place and things were difficult all round.
There is a definite Christie style and ambience to these stories which for me makes them all the better, especially as I am a huge fan of those ageless tales. Edie Kiglatuk works as a summer school teacher in the Canadian arctic. Meanwhile, lawyer Sonia Gutierrez investigates the toxicity of the lake and suspects that there might be a larger conspiracy involved. As the three clamber over rocky terrain under twenty-four-hour daylight they start to unearth secrets long frozen over—risking their own lives in the process.
This is the 3rd in the Edie Kiglatuk series but actually the first one I have read — which made no difference at all, this can easily be read as a standalone, but I will definitely be heading backwards and picking the first two up. This was a chilly and dark tale — magnificently atmospheric, bringing to life the difficult and lonely conditions in the Canadian Arctic, with a sharp focus on the people who live and work there.
The relationship between the locals and the recent military addition to the environment is extremely well drawn and gives the whole story a more menacing edge as distrust is the default position. Edie, desperate to find out the truth behind the death of Martha, has some realistic and stark difficulties to overcome.
It would be easy to blame an outsider, but there is a lot more going on here than first meets the eye. That last direct question ends a much longer email and puts me on the spot — because I know you and others will not like my reply. On the one hand, I understand the 'Kick toxic people out of your life' theory.
On the other hand, I am a natural conciliator who detests family splits. Therefore, my natural impulse is always to forgive and get on with life, knowing we're all flawed, but we have to do the best we can while alive because we are dead for ever. So my personal answer to that last question is: I would break the impasse by whatever means possible. My gut tells me studying your whole email that I'm on your side.
We've all met people like your M-in-L — holding firm views about how others should behave while hurting those others by their own actions. The fact she's a Relate counsellor should have shocked me as a patron of that charity , and yet I know the world is full of blind hypocrites, heavy on moralising and light on empathy. And I'm afraid that some of those limited folk do become teachers, therapists, medical practitioners, and so on.
That mean trick with the theatre tickets was just disgraceful. I'm sure your M-in-L would drive me mad. Yet my mind suspects you have glossed over certain things. You clearly have a problem with those stepchildren, yet don't explain it. Was your relationship the reason your husband's first marriage ended? Was your M-in-L fond of the first wife? You give plenty of detail about the present, but not much about the past. It's clear edited detail you feel rather superior to this lady and maybe she responds to that by being more critical of you than ever.
What was her own upbringing like? Perhaps you and your husband could talk about that. One thing is clear: a woman who has succeeded in alienating her own sons is the last person to be capable of seeing the hurt she has done, saying sorry and making things workable again. So the choice is never to see her again — or wave a white flag. The longer you leave it, the harder it will be. So this is for your husband and father to facilitate. Those men need to talk first because this war is between the women. Then I would invite his parents over, as if nothing had happened.
Perhaps the occasion could be a child's birthday — a noisy family occasion when there is enough going on for you to be able lose yourself in generalised pleasantry. Yes, I know it will be damnably difficult — and I do sympathise. But when this lady is on her deathbed, your husband and the children may want to say goodbye — and so therefore the door needs to be kept open. My lover left our home to his daughter. My partner and I had been together 30 years when he died after a short illness in January. You always think that you will be together for ever, but sadly it wasn't to be.
I have always known that he was leaving the house his property, not mine to his daughter and was OK with that decision. In fact, he probably did the right thing considering inheritance tax. I am allowed to live in the house until I want to move, but I have to wait for the inheritance he has left me to afford my own property. I am so miserable here, and feel that I am just the caretaker of the house we shared. I can't make any changes to the property, but just have to live in it as it is. I try to keep busy and keep things clean and tidy, but my heart isn't in it any more.
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