Nur eine böse Tat
Publish date: November 11th 2013
Publisher: Goldmann Verlag
Pages no: 865
Edition language: Deutsch
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Inspector Lynley (#18)
I love long books when they’re done well, and this one is. This in-depth police procedural is as much an exploration of the many chambers of the heart as it is a crime novel, and it inhabits both roles equally well. The forms love takes—from gentle attraction to friendship to passion to unrequited d...
I've had my problems with the Lynley books ever since Helen's death. What still kept me reading them were the main characters, especially Barbara Havers. She's very special and I like her unorthodox methods. But in Just One Evil Act Barbara's behaviour often was hardly bearable. She acts extremely i...
This is the second Inspector Lynley novel in a row that I read. If you read my former review, you know why: Elizabeth George broke off one storyline at the end of the former book, and so "stimulated" het readers to buy the next one as well. This is the next one, and if i am not wrong, it is the lon...
I'm out. Skipped and read the last chapter because I couldn't bear this anymore. Finished with this series.
Far too much untraslated Italian dialog and yet another dull love interest for Lynley, but credit where credit is due. It was miles better than the last book and kind of fun to watch Barbara Havers fly off the rails.
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