A Place of Execution
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A Place of Execution

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A Place of Execution

4.9
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He has new information that threatens the very foundations of his existence.My only qualm is the almost Agatha Christie rush to draw it all together at the end.

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Review | A Place of Execution by Val McDermid

Detective Inspector George Bennet, based in the town of Buxton, is the youngest plain clothes detective in the Derbyshire police force. Detective Inspector George Bennet, based in the town of Buxton, is the youngest plain clothes detective in the Derbyshire police force. Joy to the World There were surprises woven in the story.

A Place of Execution - Val McDermid

But now that she was about to lose it, this life suddenly seemed very desirable. Three decades later, a journalist is writing a book about the disappearance and the policeman in charge. The Ghost of Sir Herbert Dungeonstone #12 Most of the people in Scarsdale are reluctant to talk about that sad and terrible time.

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What appealed to me was the background to the book.A monstrous tale of deception, the technique of the telling is the greatest deception of all. Phedre George Bennett and PC Tommy Clough.As we arrived all the other characters were saying fond farewells. Antike griechische Philosophie Therein lies the conundrum that Detective Inspector George Bennett was enlisted to unravel. Terrorism in Pakistan It was 480 pages and I felt it could have been shorten.In real life between July 1963 and October 1965 five children went missing and later four of them were discovered in shallow graves in Saddleworth Moor.

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After a quick courtship, Hawkin married Ruth and became stepfather to Alison. And what a twist it is which of course I will not reveal here. He intends to work diligently and by the rules to find Alison.

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He tossed the book my way and in no time, I was hooked. Partly an intense police procedural, psychological mystery and spellbinding court trial, it was brilliantly written. The author had an uncanny ability to describe non-dramatic scenes at length while skipping the ones that would have had This book got rave reviews (judging from the newspaper blurbs on the cover), was given five stars by a lot of goodreads readers, and was highly recommended by a friend of mine.