The Murders at Fleat House: A compelling mystery from the author of the million-copy bestselling The Seven Sisters series

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The Murders at Fleat House: A compelling mystery from the author of the million-copy bestselling The Seven Sisters series

The Murders at Fleat House: A compelling mystery from the author of the million-copy bestselling The Seven Sisters series

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En el tradicional colegio St Stephens, en la idílica campiña de Norfolk, un estudiante muere en extrañas circunstancias. The investigation that proceeds with the arrival of Jazz and Miles reveals the secrets that have connections to events in the past. Jazz's gut tells her that all these incidents are connected but putting it all together is like doing a jigsaw puzzle with no picture and no edge pieces. Diving into the school’s history as well as Charlie’s family history, Jazz realises that Charlie’s family estate (to which there is now no heir) is connected to the school and the possibility of a secret illegitimate child.

I absolutely love Lucinda Riley’s work but I’m not entirely convinced that I enjoyed The Murders at Fleat House as much as I’d hoped. Made for some tense reading, knowing the murderer was likely to strike again with everyone distracted. I had guessed the culprit in the beginning but was happy with the author’s jumbled yarn that linked the past and present into one engrossing narrative. This was not so much an action book, the policing was more cerebral in nature, but the pace nevertheless kept up a good clip and I found the story very compelling. Since there were so many main characters in here, it hardly felt like any side characters were present, so I will mosh what would normally be my two paragraphs into one.

Jazz is a person who notices the human detail, tending to follow her instincts and take her time, learning the stories of those involved and exhausting every avenue of inquiry before arriving at a conclusion. Jazz was a great lead character and her recent divorce put her in an instantly sympathetic situation, she was really great lead to follow.

todo al contrario, porque la historia se desarrolla en un colegio tradicional inglés, repleto de secretos y de. Then, reaching carefully for the two white tablets placed on the boy's locker every night and replacing them with identical ones, the figure turned, switched off the light and left the room. When her former boss requests that she investigate the sudden death of a pupil at a posh local boarding school, she relishes the opportunity to take the lead without her annoying ex undermining her.

Y, personalmente, creo que los personajes han sido muy numerosos, aunque sí es cierto que cada uno tenía su papel bien definido.



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