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on 29 July 2015
A highly complex murder mystery, with an intriguing number of twists and turns. DI Jewell and her team persevere against all odds.
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on 26 March 2014
Another satisfying and enjoyable read in the Elizabeth Jewell series.

Jacob Morven comes to England to give lectures on Canadian First Nations culture and history. Thousands of miles from home, he finds himself the prime suspect in a murder investigation. Morven is a fascinating character. On the surface he appears to be a very spiritual person with telepathic powers and a most unlikely killer but darker aspects of his personality emerge as the investigation progresses. Could he really have murdered some one over a mask with a dubious provenance?

Jewell's new boss, Liam Yeats, who is convinced Morven is guilty, also seems to have something to hide. Added to this Chief Superintendent Daly has mysteriously vanished and Elizabeth, in spite of her best efforts, is finding it impossible to discover why.

In this third book, the author has presented the reader with not just one mystery, but several. The pace never lets up as Elizabeth runs into one brick wall after another trying to solve these enigmas.

I heartily recommend this book.
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on 18 January 2015
This is the first time that I have read Carol Pitt, this book was really well written, there were so many different sub stories going on that I couldn't put the book down and had to finish it once I'd started it a brilliant read.
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on 31 May 2014
A good read, it was hard to put down. Unfortunately it had not been proof read very well. there were grammatical and spelling errors everywhere.
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on 31 May 2015
A little bit stop start as if too many people had input different stories and plots. never the less it was still a good book to read. The initial parts of the book with the new boss were too far fetched to be believable but as the book went on you learnt to ignore these little idiosyncrasies and ejoy the story.
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on 18 August 2014
Enjoyed reading this one - I have already bought two others by Carole Pitt.
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on 18 August 2014
A well constructed plot - up to the standard you'd expect from this author.
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on 4 September 2014
Carole Pitt is a writer to keep a close eye on. She has that MAGIC quality. This is her third book....read them in sequence .....Well worth it...Can,t wait for the next one.........
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on 9 February 2016
A really disappointing read - it reads just as if it has been written by three people. Three people who didn't talk to each other or proof read their work. Weak characters, poor research, poor grammar. Couldn't even name Henry VIII's sixth wife correcty ugh!
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on 2 April 2015
This was painful to read. the author is clearly very knowledgable about particular aspects of Canadian history but not about writing crime stories
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