Believing the Lie - Elizabeth George Reviews
Description:ISBN 1444705970 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Elizabeth George / Hardcover / 576 Pages / Book is published 2012-01-05 by Hodder & Stoughton
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With No One As Witness - Elizabeth GeorgeSo nearly not seen! (1064 words)
by SueMagee - written on 06/02/06 (Very useful, 389 readings)
the political pressures within a Scotland Yard striving to prevent a charge of institutionalised racism being made by the media. I d just about decided to give up on Elizabeth George and her Lynley and Havers detective novels. Lynley is a suave, Bentley-driving Earl who is a policeman because he wants to be. Barbara Havers is his opposite in every way. Early books in the series made good reads, but recent novels seemed to concentrate far too much on the private lives of the main characters with the investigative side coming a poor second. "With no one as witness" was Elizabeth George s final chance and I m glad I took the risk. The underlying theme of the ...
With No One As Witness - Elizabeth GeorgeThumbs down on With No One as Witness (139 words)
by Suzanne Hagen - written on 15/09/06
give up on Elizabeth George before reading this book. I, myself, after reading it, do intend to give up on her. I have read all her books in the series and have saved then intending to reread them at some point. I now intend to discard them all. I usually do not read mysteries, but rather more serious works of more acclaimed ...