Scotland Yard Superintendent Duncan Kincaid and Sergeant Gemma James are sent to suburban Surrey to investigate the murder of a high-ranking police officer. Alastair Gilbert was bludgeoned to death in his kitchen, and the list of potential suspects is long--the man's arrogance earned him widespread enmity both in the village where he lived, and in police circles. But Duncan and Gemma must put aside their personal feelings--for the victim, as well as for each other--to solve the most troubling case either has faced.
©1996 Deborah Crombie (P)2010 BBC Audio
Good story and good narration. Well worth a credit. One of those books you can read again next year and enjoy the second time around.
Not a writer, a writer wannabe, editor, lit maj, or pretend literary critic. Just an avid reader/listener. My ratings are opinion only.
A good listen, predictable to the point of deja vu, better than average narration. On the whole, worth the price of admission.
Yes, I would recommend Mourn Not Your Dead, but would indicate that some of her other works were better.
This one is not as good as And Justice There was None or Leave the Green
Pleasant, well paced, but not always clear. It might be the recording, not his voice that is not clear.
I simply love the story. I can't wait until I get to the next chapter . I enjoy all of the characters and I like the story line also .
i enjoyed the story line
I love each character and he always keeps my attention...
just read it....
The ending of the book was much better than I expected it to be. I don't want to spoil anything for the readers, so that is all I'll say.
Not necessarily on the edge of my seat, but very curious. I was drawn into the story and wanted to know "what happens next?" I was not disappointed!
No, but I was happy to know that this cozy mystery would be waiting for me when I had time to listen.
I look forward to reading (listening) to more books by both the author and narrator. Thank you for an enjoyable time!
I am someone who enjoys audible books very much now that they exist. As a young student (real young) I can remember a teacher telling me how books can transport people to different places & open up a whole new world. This is how listening to audible books make me feel. Now if I can just stop falling asleep while listening to them at night I would be fine. Ha ha
I like this book becasue it exposed me to the English culture very simply & effectively. The story was very interesting & kept my attention too. I like books like this that read out like a Sherlock Holmes mystery, always connecting the dots. Being a part of the detectives search was also educational. If I were a reader who likes a good mystery novel I would say the audible book is the best choice, because you get that charming English accent as a bonus.
This book rates solidly in the upper middle. It was interesting enough to keep me engaged and wanting to know what happened next.
Not really. The plot was a little bit slow compared with some thrillers I have read. BUT, that is not a bad thing. I liked the pacing of the story and I liked how the author took time to develop the characters a little bit more than is done in many books these days.
I'm not sure.
Not one of my favorites but I did listen to all of it. Mystery - who done it. British. OK but forgettable. I didn't really care about any of the characters.
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