Glaube der Lüge (Inspector Lynley, #17)
Publish date: August 27th 2012
Pages no: 704
Edition language: Deutsch
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Inspector Lynley (#17)
Book #17, in the Inspector Lynley mysteryThis is a good size book over 600 pages of a tightly plotted mystery that brings MS George’s unpredictable characters in the middle of a case involving pedophilia, alcoholism, homosexuality, transgender reassignment, surrogacy and above all….everything comes ...
One of the weakest in the series, I think. Also, not nearly enough Havers, and too much Simon and Deborah (he's boring, and I can't stand her). Just kind of 'eh' "case," too. She should never have killed Helen; the series has never recovered.
This is the first book from Elizabeth George that I felt wasn't up the the standard she has set with all her other books. I mean, if you really want to read a great book of hers read "Careless in Red". She is such a superb writer, I don't know why this one didn't work except that the plot seemed to ...
Io.. Ecco.. No, Elizabeth, non si fa così!!Portare a termine la lettura di questo libro è stato un parto, una fatica immane, un'impresa titanica.Mi fa sentire male non apprezzare un libro della George.. L'ho sempre considerata una delle migliori scrittrici di thriller di questo secolo, e probabilmen...
The authorElizabeth George was born Susan Elizabeth George in Warren, Ohio.She is a graduate of University of California in Riverside. She also attended California State University at Fullerton, where she was awarded a master's degree in Counseling/Psychology and an honorary doctorate of humane lett...