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Her şeyi New York sürükleyin çok hızlı ama eğlenceli bir okuma. Kadının arkasındaki çocuk acı tatlı bir aşk hikayesini kaybettiğini ve bulduğunu anlatır. Basit mesaj, basit sonuç, basit ve akıllı yürütme. Çok keyifli.

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İlk birkaç bölümü geçemedim. Olumsuz karakterler, mantıksız davranıyor. Öldürülen bir ceset var, katil kimin üzerinde ana karakterler arasında gerginlik var, ama yine de sohbet ediyorlar ve flört ediyorlar ve ugh. diyaloğu da beğenmedi. DNF

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Peverell Press is a publishing firm on the banks of the Thames. It's a beautiful house, built in the style of houses in Venice. But strange things are happening there - manuscripts are being changed, photographs for books are going missing, and when Mandy the temporary secretary arrives for her first day of work, a female employee's body is found in the tiny filing room at the top of the house. It is a suicide and the death puts a pall over the house. The new manager, Gerard Etienne, wants to sell the house and move the business to Docklands where rent is cheap, or else the business will go bust. The other members of the board don't agree but Gerard knows he'll eventually be able to bully them to follow his lead. Then one morning, Gerard is found dead, also in the small filing room at the top of the house, and Dalgleish and his team are called in. Was it accidental death or was it murder? This was a re-read for me. I enjoyed it, but the ending was a little unexplained - would have like another chapter or epilog to explain.

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I may be the only person in the universe who didn't like this book, but after the forward, in which the author talked mainly of himself and his personal experience with one tribe of New Guineans I had enough. His ego centrism was unbearable.