Write a new comment. Read online the first chapters of this book! I want to read the book! Babylon Berlin Volker Kutscher 0 5 0 Berlin, Detective Inspector Rath, was a successful career officer in the Cologne Homicide Division before a shooting incident in which he inadvertently killed a man. He has been transferred to the Vice Squad in Berlin, a job he detests, even though he finds a new friend in his boss, Chief Inspector Wolter.
There is seething unrest in the city and the Commissioner of Police has ordered the Vice Squad to ruthlessly enforce the ban on May Day demonstrations.
The result is catastrophic with many dead and injured, and a state of emergency is declared in the Communist strongholds of the city. Show book. She used to be one of them.http://pierreducalvet.ca/181448.php
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Secrets that will shake him to his core and ensure that he can never feel certain about anything again. Tensions in the community are mounting following the gruesome deaths of two men, both of whom were accused yet acquitted of the murder of an undercover police officer. It looks like vigilante justice, but who is responsible?
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I loved it! Imaginatively conceived and deftly executed. Full of surprises. This is a clever, twisting page-turner of the highest order. I loved it. I hugely enjoyed it. Guaranteed to be a huge hit. I loved this thoroughly modern and glamorous update of the country house murder mystery. I raced through the pages in a hunt to discover the truth. And great fun! The prologue made me wince, the words thrust themselves into my mind and sharpened my focus.
As the first few chapters uncoiled, whispers of uncertainty started.
Holliday excels in almost quietly, yet throughly provoking feelings, allowing tension to build to an almost unbearable level. A suicide cult suddenly makes headlines, the members have no idea about each other, but one day, drop everything, and end their lives. However, please be warned, this could be a really difficult read for some. The prologue is intruiging and then some, chapter one is heart in mouth time, chapter two slammed home and made me think in a different way.
Time played backwards and forwards, ripping open holes into lives, allowing me to see, to witness, but did I understand? Little snippets made me pause, I flinched, I cringed, my thoughts probed to and fro. This is one book where I had absolutely no idea where it was going, and I loved that. Nothing Important Happened Today is clever, incredibly simple, yet full on reading pleasure. An absolutely cracking, powerful, and oh so relevant novel focusing on domestic abuse, violence, and gaslighting.
Ria Taylor is the manager of a refuge for women, she struggles to deal with threatening messages from an unknown source, but worse, much worse is to come. I entered the story and just felt the truth. The first paragraph is so descriptive, I experienced an immediate sense of place. The characters pop with authenticity, I could reach out and touch them, they became known to me. The ending had me sitting in contemplation.
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At the back of the book there are some pretty fabulous Book Club Questions, and most importantly a list of helplines for anyone experiencing domestic violence. How to Play Dead is not only a provocative and fabulous story, it also burrowed inside my head, it made me look, made me see.
It shook me to the core to learn that two women a week in England are killed by a partner, or ex partner. A thoroughly modern, entertaining and seductive murder mystery, it felt as though I was reading a fabulously delicious and very guilty secret! It is New Years Eve in the Scottish Highlands, nine friends gather for a celebration, one is victim of murder, deep snow prevents the police from arriving and the killer from leaving. The mystery element certainly gave my mind a workout and the relationships are written quite beautifully too.
Highly recommended and one of my picks of the month. This is an absolute belter of a novel. Awaiting you is a stunning, murderous mix of Eastern European folklore and a serial killer, set during in rural Czechoslovakia. The page and a half prologue sets the novel up brilliantly, the last sentence, so starkly delivered, chilled me to the bone. My mind entered the most vividly real locations, I slipped through the streets of Prague and flinched as I entered the Castle.
Craig Russell crosses several genres and balances a number of themes seamlessly, which I just adored. My thoughts pushed and pulled at my emotions as they balanced together on a cliff edge. The Devil Aspect, is a dark, haunting whopper of a story and it set my imagination on fire. I was completely and utterly consumed by this debut, it slowly took hold, crept into my thoughts, drew me in, and then refused to let me go.
Cora Burns born in gaol and raised in a workhouse, finds herself in gaol once again before a scientist takes her on as a servant, just what exactly is his current experiment? The story starts in savage darkness, then spins forward in time before rolling between , and , slowly answering questions yet creating more.
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