Asche zu Asche
Publish date: May 1st 1997
Publisher: Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag GmbH
Pages no: 757
Edition language: Deutsch
, European Literature
, British Literature
, 20th Century
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Inspector Lynley (#7)
Elizabeth GeorgeAsche zu AscheLynley & Havers (7)Britischer KrimiGoldmann Verlag, 1997TB, 768 Seiten, 9,95 €Kindle-Edition: 8,99 €ASIN: B00GMH6VO4gelesen auf dem Kindle Paperwhite Bewertung: Inhaltsangabe (Amazon): In einem idyllischen Cottage in Kent findet der Milchmann eines Morgens statt ...
I thought this one was an improvement over Missing Joseph, the last entry in the Lynley Mysteries and my least favorite of the novels to date. That one barely featured my favorite character in the partnership of Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley and Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers--here she's back...
Complicated, interlinked plots, lots of suspects, and a couple of giant red herrings that had me convinced about 2/3s of the way through that I knew whodunnit - only to discover I had it wrong. In my defense, tho', I did spot the "unasked question" that eventually led to the killer's identity - I j...
This was the first one of the series that I read, and I think, one of my favourites. While it did take a while for the story to start coming together, I was immediately taken in by the characters of Lynley and Havers. The secondary characters were not so likeable, but by the end, the story of Olivia...
For the most part, I thoroughly enjoyed Elizabeth George books. This was one that was def. a hit. It was fast paced and I thought the characters were developed really well. All of her books are long so prepare for that, but, for the most part, well worth the read.
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