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The Graves at Angel Brook (Quigg Book 3) by [Ellis, Tim]
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The Graves at Angel Brook (Quigg Book 3) Kindle Edition

3.3 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
Book 3 of 9 in Quigg (9 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1540 KB
  • Print Length: 271 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Koko Publishing Ltd; 2 edition (29 Nov. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004EBT9Q2
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #168,467 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By cm on 25 Oct. 2013
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I've been reading Tim Ellis' books for a couple of months now. Both Parish and Richards series and now Quigg. They are a light read and ideal bed-time reading as long as you don't mind gruesome murders!.Angel Brook was very interesting and quite easy to solve. I shall continue to buy the books as I have become fond of the central characters.
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Don't buy it-- I stumbled across Tim Ellis for my Kindle just to get an easy detective read his first two books were nothing too stretching but I kept at it then Body 13 came and went and by now the fantasy sex and ssssiiirrr was starting to get on my nerves and I still stuck with it but The Graves at Angel Brook was binned just page after page of a so called grown up Di policeman getting 5 woman whom he works with pregnant all within the first week of the hunt for a killer and protesting that he was made to do all the fantasy sex stuff against his will -the killer who was sexually abused -a killer of 25 teenage girls and it all goes beyond the realm of the good honest detective books so give it a by Tim you are acting out you fifty something years in printed trash what a load of rubbish
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Ellis's 'Parish and Richards' series are wonderful, gentle, amusing books. His 'Quigg' series I'm afraid are third rate, bordering on unreadable.
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After reading the Parrish books and enjoying them I thought I would try the Quigg books. This was a big mistake! I could not be bothered to read the whole book. I usually persevere to the end, hating to give up but this was impossible with this book. There was nothing engaging about Quigg in fact he was very annoying.!!
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I read Body 13 and felt there was a lot of unanswered questions, then found out about The Graves at Angel Brook and thought the questions I had would be answered here, but again I was a bit disappointed! The author is still obsessed with Quiggs sex life (which I can only assume is the authors own fantasy's and totally unbelievable) and still there are questions not answered(not going to say any more for those who have not read it).

The one thing in favour of this book is that Quiggs partner is at least believable this time unlike the airhead in the last book

To be entirely honest if Tim Ellis had left out all the rubbish about Quiggs sex life and condensed both books together he would have had a 5* thriller!

I so wanted to get to the "end" that I felt was missing from the first book that I read this in a day, and that's a day of my life that I won't get back!

Again though, for less than a pound, it was worth it and if Tim Ellis would leave out his teenage fantasy's he could really write a decent book!

If there is a 3rd book for Inspector Quigg, unfortunatley I wont be reading it!!
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Quigg is exactly the same as Parish, but with more bodies and more cheap sex. Same irritating banter, weak plot etc.
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Didn't really like it
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I, like the majority of the other reviewers read Body 13, even then tiring of the constant sex and innuendo. I thought I'd give The Graves At Angel Brook a try, as their were so many questions left unanswered and in the vain hope that the author would by then have overcome his teen fantasy and could now get on with the job in hand. But no. It's ten times worse, with every female who comes into contact with him asking him for sex when they've only met him five minutes earlier. To believe that ANY man could meet so many available and willing females who literally throw themselves at him, all within the space of a week, simply beggars belief. And that each female is apparently at the same point in her menstrual cycle that she immediately becomes pregnant is so ridiculous I would laugh if I wasn't so disappointed. Lucy the `hacker' was in fear for her life when he rescued her, but still came onto him in the car whilst making their escape!

The constant banter between Quigg and each of his harem and also his `mum' is so repetitive to become annoying. And why do they all have to use names in every single sentence? Is that you Quigg? Yes mum, how many other sons do you have? You're such a bad son Quigg. Sorry mum. You'll put me in an early grave Quigg.

And the Chief, who encourages him to engage in sex with all the females in the police station is equally ridiculous.

And so many questions left unanswered, which surely is the point of writing a thriller. To tie up all the loose ends and to leave the reader feeling the journey is now complete.

I started on the Quigg series after reading Jacob's Ladder which was fantastic. I did try to see if there were any other Stone & Randall books but can't seem to find any. Such a shame.
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