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Lying Dead (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 15 mai 2008

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Aline Templeton lives in Edinburgh with her husband. She has worked in education and broadcasting and has written numerous articles and stories for newspapers and magazines. Her books have been published in the United States and in translation in several European countries. LYING DEAD is the third novel in a series featuring DI Marjory Fleming. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Aline Templeton is one of my favorite crime fiction writers 13 mai 2010
Par Cathy G. Cole - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
First Line: The wind had dropped with the sunrise.

When "Big Marge"-- Detective Inspector Marjorie Fleming-- of the Galloway Constabulary Headquarters in Kirkluce walks onto the scene, the only sound to be heard is the ringing of the murdered girl's cell phone. When confirming the victim's identity proves to be trickier than expected, and when another body turns up, DI Fleming knows that the task of finding the murderer in the well-heeled village of Drumbeck is going to take plenty of patience and diplomacy.

I've been a fan of Aline Templeton's Marjory Fleming series from book one. I feel as though I'm getting to know an area of Scotland that I keep bypassing on the way to Glasgow (and on to the Highlands). Wigtown, the horrors of foot and mouth, sheep herding trials... Templeton describes the area with knowledge and affection.

But there's more to the series than its setting. Big Marge and her detectives are multi-faceted and don't always do what you expect of them. We also get to see how they are when they're at home, which I always think leads to characters that are well "fleshed out".

This time around, Marjory is saddled with a detective who's on the fast track to promotion. As a result, he's much more interested in finding a suspect that fits his pet theories than he is in finding the actual murderer. Nothing like a detective making a difficult investigation even tougher! Add to that the fact that Marjory and her detectives are teasing one thread at a time loose from a tapestry of money and privilege in a small village that's been turned into weekend homes for the wealthy, and it's easy to see that this case is a nightmare.

Templeton always has an excellent plot and setting populated with some of my favorite characters in crime fiction. Lying Dead is no exception. If you haven't made the acquaintance of "Big Marge", I sincerely hope you do.
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Excellent addition to series 18 février 2014
Par BookLover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is the third volume in the Marjory Fleming Scottish police procedurals and with each story gets Templeton gets only better. Although this book stands alone readers of the previous two titles will appreciate the depth of storyline and characters that Templeton has built upon in this volume. The characters from both sides of Fleming's "glass wall" (home life and professional life) are rich, believable and interesting. It was difficult to put the book down.

Volumes 4-6 in the series (Lamb to the Slaughter; Dead in the Water; and, Cradle to Grave) will be available in e-format for Kindle in March, April and May 2014 respectively...I wish the publisher would release all of them at once! It's a pity that now I have to wait until March for the next installment. Volumes 7 & 8 (Evil for Evil; and, Bad Blood) are already available on Kindle, but I will force myself to wait and read them in order.

An excellent series and an excellent introduction to Scottish law and police procedures. Highly recommended.
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Great whodunit! 20 février 2014
Par Amy L. Yingling - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
An interweaving web of possible suspects left me stumped as to who committed the crimes which I found maddening but much more entertaining then figuring out who did it by the fourth chapter! Favorite character was DC Kerr, just something about her standing out and being different then the others endeared her to me. The only thing I felt out of my element about was the dialogue about the dog trials, those few pages to me were particularly hard to get through because of this but since the story occurs in Scotland the dog trials have a place there but it didn't make it any less confusing to this American. On the whole, I really enjoyed this one!
{A solid reading experience. Enjoyable, well-written and satisfying. Marked by three or four issues, all-in-all not too shabby. Most books rank on this level for me. I'm just a middle of the road type person.}
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Marjory and Tam strike again! 24 août 2014
Par Magus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
You just have to love Aline Templeton's mystery novels (and particularly the DI Fleming series) if you're a Brit-Lit, Scot-Lit, Wales-Live (OK, OK-Lit) mystery novels. But I have a sweet place in my heart for DI Fleming mystery's myself... I've read of good coppers, bad coppers, obvious suspects, suspects that I wouldn't have guessed, etc. This one really had me puzzled until the last page, though, and ya gotta love a mystery like that!
delightful tale. well thought out, but, poor editing marred the reading 31 janvier 2015
Par Jim Lawton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Big Marge does it again. This complex story kept up my interest and wondering about "Who done it". No spoiler here, just keep your mind open and enjoy a few hours in delightful Galloway. Ms Templeton develops complex and believable characters that are a joy to visit again. The only spoiler is the often clumsy grammar, misleading pronouns and complex sentence structure. I found myself constantly re-reading sentences trying to sort out who was saying what. Not the best in a whodunit. I do think the text was occasionally 'Americanized', which jars the mood of taking a wee book-ation in Scotland. Look forward to starting #4.
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