A Darker Domain
Pages no: 371
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Inspector Karen Pirie #2 There's nothing really wrong with this cold case mystery book, but it felt like it dragged on. I guess I just wasn't all that fussed about the constant jumping back and forth between the past and present rather than watching the police discover the story. Now, I'm ...
Belle Richards discovered something that would surely boost her journalistic career to the next level. She was dreaming of it becoming the next big story. She recognized the puppeteer posters, hidden in a run-down Italian villa in Tuscany, for what they were – the tools that had been used over twe...
Karen leaned back in her chair, not liking the answer she came up with, but knowing there would be nothing better coming from the man opposite her. ‘You were a right bunch of fucking cowboys in the old days, weren’t you?’ There was no admiration in her tone. I don't know what I expected but I did ...
bookshelves: published-2008, tbr-busting-2014, mystery-thriller, winter-20132014, britain-scotland, fife, fraudio, cold-case, politics, families, period-piece Read from January 26 to February 03, 2014 Description: Karen Pirie is the newly appointed Deputy Inspector of the Cold Case Unit, and he...
This was spoilt, for me, by the unbelievable sink into murderous behaviour by Adam and the unrealistic death of Mike's friend by Cat. The continual back and forth of the story got annoying too. However, said that up to then cleverly plotted and good characterisation.