Denn sie betrügt man nicht
Pages no: 703
Edition language: Deutsch
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Inspector Lynley (#9)
Autor: Elizabeth GeorgeTitel: Denn sie betrügt man nichtReihe: Lynley & Havers (9)Übersetzer: Mechtild Sandberg-CilettiGenre: Englischer KrimiVerlag: Blanvalet HC, 736 Seiten, derzeit nur gebraucht erhältlichISBN: 3764500085TB, 736 Seiten, derzeit nur gebraucht erhältlichISBN: 3442449324Kindl...
This is my favorite in the Lynley series after the first one, A Great Deliverance. I didn't find it quite as powerful, that first book in the series moved me to tears. In this one Inspector Thomas Lynley is off on his honeymoon so his partner Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers--who was battered emoti...
When Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers' Pakistani neighbor Taymullah Azhar and his eight year old daughter depart unexpectedly for a seaside village, responding to an upsurge of racial tension involving his family, Havers (who has a few issues with impulse control) takes advantage of a mandated holi...
Anything by Elizabeth George falls into my MUST READ category. Her writing is so good that I stalk her website to find out when new books are coming out. Unfortunately, I believe Lynley and George have def. gone into retirement! This book is no exception.
Elizabeth George has to be one of the best mystery writers practicing today, and ironically, as an American writing about British settings and characters. Sgt. Barbara Havers plays a dominant role in this book that rivals Ruth Rendell’s Simissola in its treatment of racial issues. Barbara is convale...
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