The Sound of Broken Glass (Audio)
Publish date: February 19th 2013
Edition language: English
Series: Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James (#15)
This is rather typical of Deborah Crombie’s previous Kincaid and James mysteries. They have just enough mystery to keep you guessing but are not so convoluted that the resolution could have never really happened that way. The best part of these mysteries has rarely been the solution of the various...
Love this series and the characters. Unfortunately, I'm always a bit hazy I details from past books when I read the latest.
With Duncan at home on family leave doing the domestic heavy lifting with their blended family, Gemma is the one who is front and center investigating this newest case.She and Melody are called to the Crystal Palace area of London where a well respected, even somewhat stuffy barrister is found tied ...
There were times while reading The Sound of Broken Glass that I thought it could have been about half as long as it was.For one thing the characters don’t seem to be cohesive to the story until everything is tied up at the end.A lawyer turns up dead in an odd and disturbing way. He has ties to the w...
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