A Taste For Death
Publish date: October 12th 1986
Pages no: 459
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Adam Dalgliesh (#7)
bookshelves: fraudio, mystery-thriller, britain-england, re-read, spring-2011, play-dramatisation, published-1986 Read from October 21, 2009 to March 25, 2011, read count: 2 ** spoiler alert ** work mp3blurby blings - When two men are discovered with their throats cut in the vestry of St Matthew'...
P.D. James is considered as a worthy successor to Agatha Christie and is widely regarded as one of the most celebrated crime novelists of our generation. But, in spite of all that I have never enjoyed reading her books. I mostly found them boring and bland.Now, the book. The edition I was reading wa...
As always, PD James crafts her characters with such richness and psychological depth, that the story line almost becomes irrelevant.
work mp3blurby blings - When two men are discovered with their throats cut in the vestry of St Matthew's Church, the police are faced with an intriguing challenge – one of the victims was ex-Government minister Sir Paul Berowne and the other Harry Mack, a local tramp and alcoholic. For Commander Ada...
Def. not my favorite PD James book. I did like it enough to continue on with the series, but I thought it was one which was forgettable
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