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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ Deborah Crombie ´ 0 download A Share in Death by Deborah Crombie is a 1993 publication This series debut got off on a solid enough footing introducing us to Duncan Kincaid and his partner Gemma James Duncan takes a reluctant but much needed vacation at a Yorkshire timeshare only to find himself embroiled in a murder investigation This book reads like a traditional or classic British cozy mystery and it’s easy to see why it uickly gained a followi

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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ Oh dear A Goodreads friend recommended this author to me when I felt sad that I had read all of Edward Marston's series about the Ra

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    read & download A Share In Death read â PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Deborah Crombie Deborah Crombie ´ 0 download A wonderful mystery with a great female protagonist

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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ Deborah Crombie's mystery series features Scotland Yard's Det Superintendant Duncan Kincaid his partner Sergeant Gemma JamesA Share in Death is the 1st novel in the series which currently contains 16 books I do feel that the books are best read in orderKincaid is on long earned vacation at a Yorkshire time share but his holiday is anything but relaxing Within a few hours of his arrival bodies start piling up both staff a

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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ I'm not an avid reader of detective whodunnits but sometimes I come across a series that intrigues me especially if it's set in England I find the Elizabeth George and Kate Atkinson ones a bit too dark and grim for my devotion and some of the cozies are too fluffy and sweet even for me I recently came across a reference to Deborah Crombie's newest book in her series featuring Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James a

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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ Audiobook 0705 Hours Narrator Michael Deehy25 Stars rounded to 30A Share in Death was the first book in a series recommen

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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ Description A week's holiday in a luxurious Yorkshire time share is just what Scotland Yard's Superintendent Duncan Kincaid needs But the discovery of a body floating in the whirlpool bath ends Kincaid's vacation before it's begun One of his new acuaintances at Followdale House is dead; another is a killer Des

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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ I had high hopes for this book not least because it is the first in uite a long series It is a classic Agatha Christie type whodunnit set in a not exactly country house but timeshare apartments in a country house The guests are all suspects when first the deputy manager is killed I think it was all uite well done in many ways and the Kincaid character in particular is not bad but all a little too formulaic and predictable for me

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    [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ I couldn't get past the poor uality writing and one dimensional characters to give this book than 1 star Perhaps as a couple of reviewers have suggested her writing style improved in subseuent books which would explain her relatively solid ov

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    read & download A Share In Death [A Share In Death] EBOOK READ Deborah Crombie ´ 0 download First in the Duncan Kincaid Gemma James cozy English mystery series and revolving around a couple of cops from Scotland Yard This story takes place at a holiday mansion in YorkshireIn 1993 A Share in Death was nominated for the Agatha Award fo

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 259
  • A Share In Death
  • Deborah Crombie
  • English
  • 04 April 2019
  • 9780060534387

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A Share In Death summary Ê 100 A week's holiday in a luxurious Yorkshire time share is just what Scotland Yard's Superintendent Duncan Kincaid needs But the discovery of a body floating in the whirlpool bath ends Kincaid's vacation before it's begun One of his ne. A wonderful mystery with a great female protagonist

read â PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Deborah CrombieA Share In Death

A Share In Death summary Ê 100 S enthusiastic young assistant Sergeant Gemma James But the stakes are raised dramatically when a second murder occurs and Kincaid and James find themselves in a determined hunt for a fiendish felon who enjoys homicide a bit too muc. I had high hopes for this book not least because it is the first in uite a long series It is a classic Agatha Christie type whodunnit set in a not exactly country house but timeshare apartments in a country house The guests are all suspects when first the deputy manager is killed I think it was all uite well done in many ways and the Kincaid character in particular is not bad but all a little too formulaic and predictable for me I hadn t realised the author is American either Whilst this is not a problem in itself it did give rise to a few slightly odd issues and speech irregularities for dialects in particular At one point a game of crouet is described and somebody s ball apparently hits the wicket Think mixed obscure English games a problem here

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A Share In Death summary Ê 100 W acuaintances at Followdale House is dead; another is a killer Despite a distinct lack of cooperation from the local constabulary Kincaid's keen sense of duty won't allow him to ignore the heinous crime impelling him to send for hi. I m not an avid reader of detective whodunnits but sometimes I come across a series that intrigues me especially if it s set in England I find the Elizabeth George and Kate Atkinson ones a bit too dark and grim for my devotion and some of the cozies are too fluffy and sweet even for me I recently came across a reference to Deborah Crombie s newest book in her series featuring Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James and thought it sounded like something I might enjoy I don t like entering a series in mid stream for in a good series the main characters will develop and relationships will grow and change or end It s like coming into a movie halfway through or starting a TV series in mid season You want to know what went on before So I went back to the first one published in 1993 I found the character of Duncan Kincaid the sensitive and perceptive detective Superintendent to be sympathetic and not so disillusioned and world weary as many of his ilk He is charming and witty in that subtle British way and actually likes people and treats them with kindness His new cohort Gemma doesn t get a lot of air time in this debut but as a young hard working struggling single mother she too is likeable We re told she s smart and ambitious but we re mostly shown her softer side It will be fun to see their relationship develop I find it interesting that this very British novel filled with the kind of collouialisms we Americans find so charming is actually written by an American who lived in the British isles for a time As an Anglophile she had me convinced though I wonder if her British readers ever detect any slip ups She did have a character declare something as dull as dishwater and I think the British expression is dull as ditchwater at least the older version It would be difficult to keep Americanisms out but apparently her success indicates that she s won over her audience whether American or British I liked Crombie s descriptions her sympathetic characters her realistic setting and intriguing mystery She kept me guessing but I enjoyed the unveiling of the characters than the revealing of the murderer I will definitely be reading in this series preferably in order