Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2))


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  1. says: Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) Free download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é M.R.C. Kasasian

    Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) I would like to thank Netgalley and Head of Zeus for an advance copy of The Room of the Dead the second novel set in wartime Suffolk to feature DI Betty ChurchAfter the Suffolk Vampire it’s all uiet in Sackwater and Bet

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    characters The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2) Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) M.R.C. Kasasian é 0 Download I liked this better than the first in the series the characters do grow on you And the whodunit was well crafted Happily March Middleton makes an appearance adding to the eccentric and unconventional cast

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    characters The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2) Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) M.R.C. Kasasian é 0 Download Inspector Betty Church has a lot on her hands well one hand in The Room of the Dead the second in this WWII police series There's a little girl that's lost her family in a Nazi bombing a stabbed vicar a dead man on the beach a missing couple and eventually a missing child In between she's got to keep her misfit group of

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    characters The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2) Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) This second book in the series sees Inspector Betty Church investigate a series of strange disappearances and the odd dead

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    M.R.C. Kasasian é 0 Download Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) Very decent murder mystery Mercifully free of the juvenile language of previous books it is a great story sees a great cameo from the previous series and has an unexpected and somewhat creepy twist Really rather good

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    Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) After the excitement of the Suffolk vampire life in sleepy Sackwater has settled once again into its usual mund

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    M.R.C. Kasasian é 0 Download Free download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é M.R.C. Kasasian characters The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2) Betty is unfortunately just not a match for Sidney Grice The plot is just as intriguing but the characters are basically annoying I found this book a struggle whereas I thoroughly enjoyed the Gower Street books

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    Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) Betty Church and the Room of the Dead is an unusual crime story and a delight Kasasian writes with a uniue uirky humour very clever plotting and a good mystery The setting in the Second World War in Suffolk feels true to the time; the backdrop of the war and weather feel completely authentic I particularly enj

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    M.R.C. Kasasian é 0 Download Free download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é M.R.C. Kasasian Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) Having read all of Kasasian's books including the first in this series my expectations were high He has had an enlightened ability to construct believable female narrative voices This time however I felt Betty was portrayed as much of a stereotype and terribly conventional which was disappointing And I really don't know

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    Pdf/E–book (The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)) This is the second outing with Inspector Betty Church in Sackwater The setting is the Second World War where the war has not uite reached Sackwater There is very little crime until the first bomb dropped changing lives forever The characters in Sackwater are so individual and original They are definitely of their time period The great humour comes from the special relationship Betty has with her police constables All

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The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2)

Download The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2) · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ty to attend and the scintillating case of the missing bookmark to solve Though peace and uiet are all well and good Betty soon finds herself longing for some cold blooded murder When a bomb is dropped on a residential street both peace and uiet are broken and. After the excitement of the Suffolk vampire life in sleepy Sackwater has settled once again into its usual mundane monotony for Inspector Betty Church and her colleagues The highlight of the day being trying to find lost slippers But when a body is found on Sackwater s beach and people begin to go missing then life for Betty like the war begins to move on apaceI was introduced to Betty Church through the audiobook of Betty Church and the Suffolk Vampire This meant I was able to read this second book with Emma Gregory s wonderful array of character voices in my headIt is true the incompetence of Betty s fellow police officers beggars belief Indeed the story does at times feel like uite a pantomime But that s the fun of this series and you need to approach the book with the frame of mind of pulling up a ration free mug of tea and plate biscuits then sit back to luxuriate in the well plotted storyThe way the characters were developed in the first book means that meeting them again is like meeting old friends who would disappoint you if they didn t do what they do Much in the same way you crave for Private Frazer in Dad s Army to rumble We re all doomed at least once an episode with impeccable timing No matter how many times you watch the vintage BBC comedy and know what s coming yes I can speak the lines with the characters there are still nuances of performance or set design to look forward to There is very much a Dad s Army feel about the Betty Church series and is why they should be enjoyed for the same reasons no matter how many times you read the booksIf you re struck down as I have been recently by summer flu you need a comfort read to distract you while you cough and sniffle your way through your bedbound day The Room of the Dead was as soothing as a hot toddyHowever comedy will only work if the delivery is impeccable The reason the two Betty Church novels work so well is the competence and uality of M R C Kasasian s writing It takes a very assured author to pull off pure slapstick and Kasasian is all that One minute you re chuckling at Betty s rapier wit internal commentary then your suddenly plunged into the stress of a potentially life threatening situation At times the two can even occur concurrentlyIt helps that the much put upon Betty arrived in the first novel pretty much fully formed and acts as the fulcrum for the whole show The word indomitable does come to mind but this is wonderfully offset by things never going uite right for the poor woman yet she keeps going It probably doesn t help that Betty is living in the shadow of her godmother the truly indomitable March Middleton of The Gower Street detective series But if you have read those you can see a very different March in the Betty Church series and understand given her abrupt and intolerant guardian the legendary detective Sidney Grice how she developed into the woman consulted by heads of state I have a feeling that come the 1960s Betty will be in the similar positionI was also struck with the authentic feel of the time which now is at the beginning of the war before Dunkirk I spent a great deal of time gleaning insights into this time from my grandparents and parents all of which resonates with Betty s world There is a wonderful attention to detail which says Kasasian has done his homeworkAs this series is set for the moment in the second world war think Foyles War there is terrific room for manoeuvre and developing characters amongst some very well thought out murder mysteriesThe Room of the Dead was courtesy of Head of Zeus via NetGalley

Free download ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é M.R.C. Kasasian

Download The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2) · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook December 1939 Having solved the case of the Suffolk Vampire Inspector Betty Church and her colleagues at Sackwater Police Station have settled back down to business There's the elderly Mr Fern who keeps losing his slippers Sylvia Satin's thirteenth birthday par. I would like to thank Netgalley and Head of Zeus for an advance copy of The Room of the Dead the second novel set in wartime Suffolk to feature DI Betty ChurchAfter the Suffolk Vampire it s all uiet in Sackwater and Betty is getting bored but a bomb then a dead body on the beach then several missing people put paid to the boredomI thoroughly enjoyed The Room of the Dead which is a wry take on wartime life in a small town that made me laugh As an added bonus it has a good mystery with a most unusual solution The novel is told exclusively from Betty Church s first person point of view and it suits both the plot and her character as it allows the reader great insight into the way her mind works and maintains the suspense of whodunnit why and how It was great fun trying to guess these elements but the author keeps a tight hold of his cards and I was clueless until the reveal Betty Church is an inspired creation being very much of her times She is doubly handicapped being a woman and only having one arm so the point is that without the war she wouldn t be a police inspector The police in Sackwater would be lost without her however as she seems to be the only one with a modicum of capability She runs a tight ship and the men seem in awe if not frightened of her Having said that the bar is not very high It is fun to read about her efforts to manage her woefully incompetent staff and try to imagine how much fun the author had trying to dream up ever increasing levels of stupidity for themThe Room of the Dead is a good read which I have no hesitation in recommending

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Download The Room of the Dead (Betty Church Mystery #2) · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook It seems the war has finally reached Sackwater But Betty cannot stop the Hun however hard she tries So when the body of one of the bomb victims is found stretched out like an angel on Sackwater's beach Betty concentrates on finding the enemy much closer to home. Betty is unfortunately just not a match for Sidney Grice The plot is just as intriguing but the characters are basically annoying I found this book a struggle whereas I thoroughly enjoyed the Gower Street books