All Shall Be Well
Perhaps it is a blessing when Jasmine Dent dies in her sleep. At last an end has come to the suffering of a body horribly ravaged by disease. It may well have been suicide; she had certainly expressed her willingness to speed the inevitable. But small inconsistencies lead her neighbor,... show more
Perhaps it is a blessing when Jasmine Dent dies in her sleep. At last an end has come to the suffering of a body horribly ravaged by disease. It may well have been suicide; she had certainly expressed her willingness to speed the inevitable. But small inconsistencies lead her neighbor, Superintendent Duncan Kincaid, to a startling conclusion: Dent was murdered. But if not for mercy, why would someone destroy a life already doomed? As Kincaid and his appealing assistant Sergeant Gemma James sift through the dead woman's strange history, a troubling puzzle emerges: a bizarre amalgam of charity and crime - and of the blinding passions that can drive the human animal to perform cruel and inhuman acts.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 24th 2004
Pages no: 268
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, 20th Century
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James (#2)
Really like Duncan Kinkaid- I wish Gemma wasnt so wishy washy and moody. I just want to say be happy for once!!!
3.5 stars.I am liking the progression of this series even only two books in. In this one a terminal cancer patient dies suddenly. She has planned on an assisted suicide and by all appearances it looks like that is what happened exactly. But she was a friend, albeit a kind of distant one, of Kinca...
This was an entertaining mystery that mostly managed to hold my attention. It seemed a little old fashioned to me, almost as if I'd stepped back into time but sometimes that's a good thing.When an investigator's friend dies of a morphine overdose he doesn't believe it was suicide. The book then delv...
This book is beautifuly writen. All of the charictors are clear and vivid. The muder is realistic and understandable and so sad. In fact the whole book is bitersweet. I found myself really likeing James and was happy to find that this is part of a siris with him but you can read this parictualr book...