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  • Kein grund zur trauer by Deborah Crombie

    Edition: Goldmann

    Date of issue: November 1st 1996

    ISBN: 3442432294

    The author of the book: Deborah Crombie

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    ISBN 13: 9783442432295

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Mourn Not Your Dead by Deborah Crombie is a 2010 by Scribner publication. (Originally released in 1996)This fourth book in the series begins with Gemma’s freak out over the personal developments between herself and Duncan. But, before they can get to the heart of this surprising situation, they are called to the scene of a murder, in which one of their own is the victim. As the investigation progresses, Gemma reads too much into everything Duncan says or does, impeding their professionalism. If that weren’t prickly enough, it seems the victim’s personal life and behavior amongst his close neighbors had not endeared him to anyone, which leads to an unusually high number of suspects. This series gets all sorts of critical kudos and readers are intensely loyal to it. I have read a few installments here and there over the years, but kept thinking I was missing out on some key character developments which made the series so special. So, I decided to begin with book one and work my way through the entire series, in order. Well, that was the plan, anyway. As I have confessed many times before, I am not an organized reader. That is most evident with my attempt to gather the books from this series and read them chronologically. It’s been slow going, and will probably take me a while at the rate I am going. LOL! The whole time I was reading this book, I thought I had read book three. As it turns out, I have managed to skip the third chapter, which explains why the beginning of this book took me by immense surprise. I WAS missing something… the entire third book! UGH! To compound that, the further along I read, the more familiar the plot became. I finally decided I must have read this book at some point, long before there was a Goodreads site to help me keep track of my books. (What would I do without GR?)Despite those hurdles, I still enjoyed the writing, the plot developments, and the emerging emotional dynamics between the characters, which were a little dry up to this point, in my opinion. This installment was a very atmospheric mystery, with just the right mix of personal character dramas, and crime solving. For me, the first two books in the series were a little wobbly, but by this point, I can see where the foundation is beginning to solidify, giving the series a solid base to build on, which has me all the more determined to achieve my goal and read every book- hopefully in order from now on- in the series, until I get caught up. This is an excellent British procedural and is beginning to live up it’s elevated reputation. I’m going to circle back and read book three- so stay tuned! 4 stars

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This is a very predictable author. When you get a book for free, you can read it. The intrigue is present, the unbundling is clear.

Great book!

The most cool book

An interesting book, Hard to tear down

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