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by Deborah Crombie
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Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 2 years ago
bookshelves: winter-20152016, dec-2015-free-for-all, first-in-series, published-1993, tbr-busting-2015, series, eng-yorkshire, britain-england Read from December 19 to 20, 2015 Description: A week's holiday in a luxurious Yorkshire time-share is just what Scotland Yard's Superintendent Duncan K...
Nothing better than a good book...
Nothing better than a good book... rated it 3 years ago
What a well done book. Kincaid, a Superintendent (must look that up) at Scotland Yard, is on vacay and while attempting a morning swim, finds a body in the pool. Of course he's pulled into the investigation. He, in turn, pulls his partner Gemma James into the investigation with him. James spends h...
Hooked on Books
Hooked on Books rated it 4 years ago
I enjoyed the characters and I think the series has promise. It was a little slow for me but Im going to try the 2nd book and see if its improved any.
The Book Junkie
The Book Junkie rated it 5 years ago
This was a good book and I did enjoy it. It was a fairly familiar plot where the characters are all in a central location and seem to be picked off one by one until the detective figures out who the killer is. I found myself liking the main character of Duncan Kincaid but I didn't feel that the au...
Crime-on-thrill
Crime-on-thrill rated it 5 years ago
“I realized that if I didn’t wake the next morning, no one would miss me”There are times when I search for a murder mystery, where the crime will take place in a small village; the suspect pool will be restricted to a certain number of people. The detection would be done by an amateur sleuth, with t...
SilverPen
SilverPen rated it 11 years ago
A quiet cozy mystery. Not as dramaticly striking as All Shall be Well but enjoyable none the less.
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