Summary ½ The Skeletons of Birksbury È PDF DOC TXT eBook or Kindle ePUB free

Summary The Skeletons of Birksbury

Summary ½ The Skeletons of Birksbury È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Twenty years ago no connection was made between the disappearance of a girl from Cheltenham and a fatal car accident in the small village of Birkbury But that changes when the body is found buried in Birkbury anFound buried in Birkbury and there are two further car accidents and a local girl goes missi. GOOD SOLID ENGLISH POLICE MYSTERYReading any of this author’s books is like watching a Midsummer Murders in print It may be a well used formulae with policemen female sidekick and the mystery of who killed the victim I do like these books though especially ones like this which keep me guessing to the end

Diana J. Febry ´ 2 Download

And a fatal car accident in the small village of Birkbury But that changes when the body is. An excellent who dunnitA new author to me Diana J Febry writes an excellent murder mystery set in The Cotswolds The body of a teenage girl is found on a farm and DCI Peter Hatherall along with his Inspector have a grueling time rounding up all of the suspects A well written story which I found hard to put down; highly recommended I am looking forward to reading in this series

Summary ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Diana J. Febry

The Skeletons of BirksburyTwenty years ago no connection was made between the disappearance of a girl from Cheltenham. The Skeletons of Birkbury has the right background for a cozy murder mystery set in the British countryside and I thought there were too many side stories in order for me to appreciate all the dynamics between the characters I appreciate that it’s the murder mystery author’s job to cast a large number of characters and to throw out a good number of red herrings so we cannot easily solve the mystery and to suspect everyone as the murderer but sometimes the story appeared to veer off topic especially when it detailed the private lives of the two detectives While that could work in another story—say a thriller chase of two suspects—we already have a multitude of characters so the detectives’ personal stories didn’t fit in and added to a crowded stage There were a lot of points of views and there were even the deranged inner thoughts of someone unidentified from time to time Another setback I thought was the fact that the murder happened about twenty years ago and hence is a “cold case” Right away the freshness and the immediacy is lost and the detectives interview characters as to their memories from about twenty years ago Also I’m not sure that police forces have the budgets to allocate a lot of resources and time to cold casesI enjoyed the Britishness of the novel though It was kind of fun to also read about the sleuthing that was done