A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1)

A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1) Best Read || [Elizabeth George], A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1), Elizabeth George, A Great Deliverance Inspector Lynley Book To this day the low thin wail of an infant can be heard in Keldales lush green valleys Three hundred years ago as legend goes the frightened Yorkshire villagers smothered a crying babe in Keldale Abbey where theyd hidden to escape the ravages of Cromwells raiders Now into Keldales pastoral web of old houses and older secrets comes Scotland Yard In, A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1) Best Read || [Elizabeth George] - A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1), A Great Deliverance Inspector Lynley Book To this day the low thin wail of an infant can be heard in Keldales lush green valleys Three hundred years ago as legend goes the frightened Yorkshire villagers smothered a crying babe in Keldale

  • Publisher‏:‎ Bantam; Reprint edition (December 8, 2010)
  • Publication date‏:‎ December 8, 2010
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 2682 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 431 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1)

A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1) A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1) Best Read || [Elizabeth George] - A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1), A Great Deliverance Inspector Lynley Book To this day the low thin wail of an infant can be heard in Keldales lush green valleys Three hundred years ago as legend goes the frightened Yorkshire villagers smothered a crying babe in Keldale A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1) Best Read || [Elizabeth George] - A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1), A Great Deliverance Inspector Lynley Book To this day the low thin wail of an infant can be heard in Keldales lush green valleys Three hundred years ago as legend goes the frightened Yorkshire villagers smothered a crying babe in Keldale A Great Deliverance (Inspector Lynley Book 1) Best Read || [Elizabeth George]

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  1. As an avid reader of mystery series, why have I never picked up one of Elizabeth George s Inspector Lynley books After all, she s one of the most successful mystery writers now on the scene I ve finally remedied my oversight by reading the first book in the series and the writer s first novel, A Great Deliverance I won t wait so long to peruse the second book in the series, because this was a terrific read.Here are a few of the things that I liked about the book The setting Yorkshire, with its g [...]


  2. If there was a warning about the disturbing ending of this book containing incest pedophilia, I obviously missed as I would not have purchased These horrific acts upon innocent children happen in real life I do not want to read books containing horrific made up situations Will not be purchasing any of this author s books.


  3. This is a novel that had been sitting on my tbr list for some time Though the idea of picking it up really peaked my interest, I think the fact that a number of books in the series are quite long put me off Since I m retired, I finally figured if I was ever going to read long books, now s the time.This is a terrific British tale, surprisingly written by an American author Elizabeth George is a wonderful writer Her prose is reminiscent of old time British writing, though not as stilted Every page [...]


  4. Picked up on this series at the suggestion of a friend It s an absorbing read but the characters are quickly drawn caricatures garish americans The harried unkempt self hating working class policewoman with a chip on her shoulder The worship worthy divinely handsome, aristocratic, manly inspector Lynley and his silver Bentley.d so on I was really disappointed though, because the mystery was a little weak to say the least Had a strong suspicion right from the beginning SPOILER ALERT Stop reading [...]


  5. I was so glad to read the first book in Elizabeth George s wonderful Inspector Lynley series It was not only an excellent story with very interesting characters but also solved the mystery of how the unlikely partnership of Lynley and Havers came to be The book filled out the back stories of both their characters without losing anything from the plot I have read several of the books in the series and loved them all but this one was especially satisfying because now I can relate to the pair of th [...]


  6. This is the first of the Inspector Lynley series which I have only recently got into Many other writers acknowledge the influence of Elizabeth George on their own work and having started on the series I can see why George manages not only to weave complex plots but also to paint really believable characters and locations in a way that keeps you turning the pages The aristocratic Inspector Lynley is paired, for the first time with bright but troublesome Sargent Havers who is from a much humbler b [...]


  7. I read this one in a single weekend, so the plot is definitely good enough to want to keep reading until the end.However, compared to some of her later novels e.g in pursuit of the proper sinner, a traitor to memory , this book is definitely weaker George clearly was still trying to figure out her style and characters and it shows They tend to be overly dramatic to the point where its almost laughable One moment they are discussing the case and the next there is this sudden intensity as if its t [...]