Sir Laurence Dies #2020

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  • Title: Sir Laurence Dies
  • Author: Christopher D. Abbott
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  • Page: 362
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Sir Laurence Dies Christopher D. Abbott

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      Published :2019-09-12T16:01:43+00:00

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    1. No no no no no no no no To be fair, I only read a few pages but that was all I could manage Think this might break all records for the amount of cliches in a confined space.

    2. Couldn t put it down Read it all in one sitting A Dutch criminologist psychologist teams with a Scotland Yard detective to investigate the death of wealthy and seemingly paranoid businessman with the ear of the Prime Minister Set in the British countryside with a houseful of suspects daughter, doctor, best friend, butler and sister in law It s all been done before but this is a pretty good one.

    3. Excellent written book and well worth a read Murder Mystery not normally my cup of tea but thoroughly enjoyed it

    4. Fir a first outing this really surprised me Well put together and kept me turning pages all the way well done Mr Abbott hope to see of the same,

    5. Good mysteryThis is a good mystery that starts off slow but draws you in fairly quickly There are enough twists to keep you turning the pages until way past your bedtime.

    6. I really enjoyed this classic styled mystery And it gets better and better as the mystery unfolds Recommended My wife really enjoyed it, as well.

    7. Part One Was Great FunI enjoyed the first section of the book very much The author captured the tone of classic detective fiction very well The rest of the book pleased me less well Perhaps it was because the first victim was so unsympathetic that I might have enjoyed killing him myself, while the second was treated so very coldly I was stricken with sympathy for him My conclusion was that Dr Straay himself was the true psychopath in the book with his monstrous ego and lack of sympathy with the [...]

    8. I loved this It brought me back to my youth, when I read every mystery my father had on his shelf, Agatha Christie s tales of Jane Marple and Hercule Poirot, John Creasey s books about the Toff, Erle Stanley Gardner Don t want to give any spoilers I suspected half of the solution, but was completely surprised by the other half I know that this is a trilogy, but I hope that Abbott will give us even from Doctor Straay in the future

    9. Shades of Christie I liked this book It had all the required twists and turns, the foreign detective who sees all the clues everyone else misses, the police who miss those clues, well developed characters and the big reveal at the end And not to give anything away, the who done it felt than vaguely familiar Poirot would be flattered by obviously being the inspiration.But this book is still very good I will read the next one.

    10. I really enjoyed this classic whodunit mystery Right from the beginning, I felt like I was in the middle of a game of Clue, where everyone is a suspect and capable of murder Even though I suspected part of the answer, I still didn t know who killed Sir Laurence, and I never expected the final twist Well written with good character depth and lots of plot twists and turns, this book kept me guessing until the very end Looking forward to reading Dr Chandrix Dies

    11. I got to read this book before it was published I then read it after it had been edited I really enjoyed the mystery in this book Christopher was good at weaving a complicated plot through the narrative Having read the draft and then the final, the development was very well handled A great read Looking forward to book 2.

    12. superb first outing from the author a few red herrings and a great character build up and portrayals, great twist in the tail and a development of a friendship that could span the years I enjoyed this book very much and I am waiting patiently for the next instalment.

    13. Most times I try to figure out the ending of a mystery but I found myself just enjoying this book for the sheer pleasure of reading such a superb well crafted mystery I ordered the next in the series The Murder of Doctor Chandrix the instant I had finished.

    14. A page turnerKept me guessing the whole time Written in the form of Agatha Christa with a Poirot like character I m looking forward to reading the next one.

    15. I found the ending disappointing and the plot needlessly complicated I also found myself hating the detective.

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