L'ispettore Lynley vuole approfittare di una breve vacanza per presentare la sua promessa sposa alla madre. Giunto in Cornovaglia, però, è costretto a spogliarsi immediatamente dei panni di figlio e fidanzato premuroso per vestire di nuovo quelli di detective. L'omicidio di un giornalista locale, infatti, scuote l'apparente tranquillità del piccolo villaggio di Howenstow w dà il via a una spaventosa serie di efferati delitti: un lungo tunnel di misteri e orrori in fondo al quale una terribile verità attende l'ispettore Lynley.
- ISBN: 8850234643
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 350
I do like Elizabeth George's style, and her way with a mystery, but this novel epitomizes everything in her Lynley series I find the most irritating. This particular book is set before the first in the series, A Great Deliverance . Which means it's Lynley without Havers. Havers only has a very brief Leggi tutto
Technically, this fourth entry in the Inspector Lynley series is a prequel, taking place about a year before the events of the first novel, “A Great Deliverance.” Realistically though, this book is placed exactly where it needs to be in the series. After the bombshell that Deborah Cotter St. James l Leggi tutto
Wow, there's only one interesting mystery about this book and it is: WHERE HAS MY REVIEW GONE? 2 days ago it was here on GR, black and white, and now it's just gone without a trace. Hmm. Question is, could the Lynley and Havers duo solve the crime? Possibly, but only after 400 pages of - mind numbing n Leggi tutto
Elizabeth George creates a strange universe where an assault and attempted rape (boyfriend on girlfriend) is viewed by a bevy of bystanders (all acquaintances or relatives of the pair) who bring it to a stop, but then some aristocratic code of silence (they are "all too self-servingly well-bred") pr Leggi tutto
Seriously you guys. I hard shrugged this book throughout. Why George decided to throw out a book that shows events that took place before the first book in the series baffles me. Also there's just a look at Havers and that's it. I cannot read a whole book following Lynley and St. James again. My hea Leggi tutto
A Suitable Vengeance is the fourth book in Elizabeth George 's Inspector Lynley series, but chronologically it occurs years before the first three. In it we see the main characters much younger and gain far more insight into the tangled relationships of Lynley, Deborah, and St. James. Given how much Leggi tutto
When you're reading a whodunnit and the crime doesn't appear until after page 100, you should take the hint that maybe it isn't the right book for you. I've read a few other Elizabeth George books and knew that Lynley was a bit of a simp and his friend St. James wasn't really much better, but this bo Leggi tutto
When journalist Mick Cambrey is found dead, castrated, local opinion is that he got what was coming to him. Inspector Lynley of Scotland Yard investigates the murder in his hometown Howenstow where he knows everybody from his childhood. As the investigation proceeds another murder occurs. A Suitable Leggi tutto
The story is very complex, one that explains the background of several characters of this Inspector Lynley mystery series .After reading the 3 first books I had trouble with the sequences of events regarding the characters things seem to be out of synch. I was trying to remember what happened to the Leggi tutto
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