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A Life for a Life: (Parish & Richards #1) (English Edition) par [Ellis, Tim]
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What starts as a routine stabbing for Detective Inspector Jed Parish and new recruit Police Constable Mary Richards turns into the hunt for a serial killer who uses an unusual weapon to kill, and leaves numbered tokens in his victim’s mouths. As well as getting to know each other and dealing with the fallout from the Chief’s prostate cancer, the two new partners must discover the dark history behind the tokens and the connection between the victims. To do that, they need to gain access to the abandoned Beech Tree Orphanage where a terrible truth awaits.

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HASH(0x8d27f2c4) étoiles sur 5 New moulder and scully 14 août 2011
Par lynndaz - Publié sur
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If you love a good mystery that keeps you guessing while making you laugh this is the one for you. The chrisma between Parish and Richards is undeniable. Their witty banter is refreshing without being sappy or distracting from the storyline. A great read from start to finish.
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HASH(0x8d27f510) étoiles sur 5 A life for a life - Good Read 2 mai 2011
Par Tom - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I enjoyed Tim Ellis' book, a Life for a Life (Kindle Edition). It was a good read and the interaction between the two main characters was a lot of fun. As an American, it was also interesting to read the British English dialog (dialogue) between characters. This is a decent crime story with some good plot twists and a story line that keeps you interested. A good example of an up and coming Indie authors work. I think Tim Ellis has a nice thing going with these two detective partners and I'll be looking forward to where they lead me in his next book.
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HASH(0x8d27f4d4) étoiles sur 5 Not worth it. 25 août 2012
Par lostintheswamp - Publié sur
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I'm from England and the dialogue in this book fails to capture any of the wit/sarcasm or verbal cleverness that you will find in Reginald Hill, Colin Dexter and others. I don't expect that sort of talent necessarily, but this is just a complete fail. I think the book attempts to create the sort of comaraderie that comes from the lead characters' verbal joisting, but Ms. Richards seems only able to say "Yes Sir". Parish thinks Richards is clever when she points out the obvious. And then there's the wierdness of Richards successfully setting up her boss, Parish with her mother. Before that, Parish has a one night stand with a married woman and immediately contemplates giving this a key to his house. Then there's Richard's mother, and he's again immediately in love and moves in with her and her daughter, his employee, within days. This doesn't sound like a grown up person, or even a teenage boy, having raised one of those. I can't really think of a saving grace in this book, and I think maybe one star is too many. Maybe the second one will be better, but I won't be buying it.
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HASH(0x8d27f7c8) étoiles sur 5 Can't Wait for more! 14 février 2011
Par A Quilter - Publié sur
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I just finished reading "A Life for A Life" on my kindle and really enjoyed it! I was riveted and enjoyed the partnership of Of Richards & Jed. I'm looking forward to the next book featuring these two (first chapter teaser was at the end).
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HASH(0x8d27fccc) étoiles sur 5 The Jury is Still Out 28 octobre 2013
Par Dianne - Publié sur
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I really wanted to like this series, and so I began with number one, A Life for a Life. Any time I run across a lengthy series (this one has 11 so far), I am hopeful. I actually thought that the mystery was well-plotted and interesting. The crimes, as they unfolded, were thought provoking, and the ending made total sense. Hints along the way and even the divulging of the perpetrator prior to the ending did not detract; in fact, the further mystery of Jed's involvement was an ingenious bonus. The bad news is that I could not get used to the banter between Jed and Richards. It was juvenile, and a seasoned sergeant would not behave in that manner. Nor would he fall in love and move in with the woman in two week's time. Those parts aside, I like Jed's character and his relationships with fellow police, especially his Chief. Richards is another matter- she sounds 12, not 21, and a rookie (or any other policeman) would not sit on their boss's lap, kiss the cheek of the Chief, or conduct themselves as she does throughout. My other problem is that I got no sense of place which is something I enjoy in international crime fiction. This could have been anywhere in the UK. I'm giving Mr. Ellis one more try and moving on to Wages of Sin.
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