[No Shred of Evidence] New Æ Charles Todd

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  • No Shred of Evidence
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No Shred of Evidence free read ã 6 Ese four women sent to the infamous Bodmin Gaol Then why hasn’t the killing stoppedWith no shred of evidence to clear the accused Rutledge must plunge deep into the darkest secrets of a wild beautiful and dangerous place if he is to find a killer who may or may not hold the key to their fa. I used to read a lot mysteries than I do now when I ve gravitated towards thrillers and psychological suspense This book was a true mystery and a little too sedate for my taste It wasn t until two thirds of the way through this book that the story actually became interesting to me I have not read anything else by this author but this the 18th book in the series worked fine as a standalone I suspect however that the author s fans will like it than I didIn this book Inspector Ian Rutledge who has recently returned to Scotland Yard after serving in the First World War is sent to Cornwall to investigate an attempted murder Rutledge works alone except for an imaginary consciencecompanion named Hamish I gather that Hamish is a standard presence in other books in this series I found it decidedly odd but not too intrusive I guess fans of the series like it I got no sense of who Rutledge is or why he has been the focus of so many booksRight from the start I thought that there were too many suspects and too many red herrings which padded the book and led to a plodding story In this case it was literally plodding as Rutledge trudged from house to house interviewing the same people over and over again Sometimes he only attempted to interview them because if a suspect or sometimes their father or a maid told him they didn t want to talk to him he just went away It may be how real police work operates but it doesn t make for exciting reading The solution to the case came out of left field and didn t seem at all realistic to me but there was an exciting though unbelievable scene near the end Ultimately I found this a pleasant read but better for people who like their stories tame I received a free copy of this book from the publisher The Tree Man used to read a lot mysteries than I do now when I ve gravitated towards thrillers and psychological suspense This book was a true mystery and a little too sedate for my taste It wasn t Samsara Na drogach których nie ma until two thirds of the way through this book that the story actually became interesting to me I have not read anything else by this author but this the 18th book in the series worked fine as a standalone I suspect however that the author s fans will like it than I didIn this book Inspector Ian Rutledge who has recently returned to Scotland Yard after serving in the First World War is sent to Cornwall to investigate an attempted murder Rutledge works alone except for an imaginary consciencecompanion named Hamish I gather that Hamish is a standard presence in other books in this series I found it decidedly odd but not too intrusive I guess fans of the series like it I got no sense of who Rutledge is or why he has been the focus of so many booksRight from the start I thought that there were too many suspects and too many red herrings which padded the book and led to a plodding story In this case it was literally plodding as Rutledge trudged from house to house interviewing the same people over and over again Sometimes he only attempted to interview them because if a suspect or sometimes their father or a maid told him they didn t want to talk to him he just went away It may be how real police work operates but it doesn t make for exciting reading The solution to the case came out of left field and didn t seem at all realistic to me but there was an exciting though Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik unbelievable scene near the end Ultimately I found this a pleasant read but better for people who like their stories tame I received a free copy of this book from the publisher

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No Shred of Evidence free read ã 6 The village however Following in the shoes of a dead man he is told the case is all but closed Even as it takes an unexpected personal turn Rutledge will reuire all his skill to deal with the incensed families of the accused the grieving parents of the victim and local police eager to see th. This is a very nicely written may I say genteel mystery set in England just after WWI This is the 1st I ve read in this series it is actually 18 in this series but it works fine as a stand alone The author s bio says Charles Todd is a mother son writing team I do not know how that works as far as writing is concerned but they manage to portray a nice feeling of the manners and tone of that era The Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge is a good hero and he obviously has a back story that loyal readers of this series already know about The mystery itself is nicely played out and although a little too sedate for my taste was a pleasant read Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik unexpected personal turn Rutledge will reuire all his skill to deal with the incensed families of the accused the grieving parents of the victim and local police eager to see th. This is a very nicely written may I say genteel mystery set in England just after WWI This is the 1st I ve read in this series it is actually 18 in this series but it works fine as a stand alone The author s bio says Charles Todd is a mother son writing team I do not know how that works as far as writing is concerned but they manage to portray a nice feeling of the manners and tone of that era The Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge is a good hero and he obviously has a back story that loyal readers of this series already know about The mystery itself is nicely played out and although a little too sedate for my taste was a pleasant read

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No Shred of Evidence free read ã 6 On the north coast of Cornwall an apparent act of mercy is repaid by an arrest for murder Four young women have been accused of the crime A shocked father calls in a favor at the Home Office Scotland Yard is asked to review the case Inspector Ian Rutledge is not the first Inspector to reach. I admit to being a bit in love with Inspector Ian Rutledge as damaged and driven and guilt ridden as he is Don t know how he can seem so kind caring soft hearted after what he endured Plus he s just so damned smart Yes yes I know I m going on about a fictional character but he seems real after reading 18 books with him as the main character This is typical in that it involves many twists turns twisted love local dense policeman other usual village folk Definitely a police procedural but always with a difference Set as England recovers from the war with all the class differences still in place in rural England If you enjoy good British police procedural yarns the duo known as Charles Todd writes some doozies There is so much back story it s best to start at the beginning though Otherwise you ll miss a lot of references that add depth to the story