[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Murder at the Old Vicarage ✈ Jill McGown – Ebats.us

Murder at the Old Vicarage A White Christmas Deepening Snow Has Isolated The Village Of Byford From The Outside World, But As The Locals Settle Down For The Festive Period, The Peace Is Suddenly Destroyed With News Of A Violent Crime At The Vicarage A Domestic Murder The Victim Is The Vicar S Son In Law, But Few Are Saddened By His Death And Although Chief Inspector Lloyd Is Expecting An Open And Shut Case, He Is Soon Confronted With Than He Bargained For A Web Of Lies Struggling To Keep Control Of His Personal Relationship With Sergeant Judy Hill, Lloyd Must Work His Way Through A Tangle Of Suspects, Each Doing Their Part To Disrupt The Investigation In This Perplexing Mystery Murder At The Old Vicarage Is Jill McGown S Classic Homage To Agatha Christie, With A Decidedly Uncosy Twist.

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Murder at the Old Vicarage  ✈ Jill McGown – Ebats.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Murder at the Old Vicarage
  • Jill McGown
  • English
  • 03 September 2017
  • 1509809635

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Murder at the Old Vicarage ✈ Jill McGown – Ebats.us


  1. says:

    Book number two in the Hill and Lloyd series was just as enjoyable as I hoped with a good honest proper mystery, complete with a limited number of suspects and a solid investigation As much as I am a fan of the newer types of crime fiction there is something incredibly appealing about a straightforward murder mystery, told in a sequential timeline with a single reliable narrator.Redemption is set in the Christmas period with snow on the ground, which was credible in 1988 when this book was fi Book number two in the Hill and Lloyd series was just as enjoyable as I hoped with a good honest proper mystery, complete with a limited number of suspects and a solid investigation As much as I am a fan of the newer types of crime...


  2. says:

    Intriguingly, the presentation of this novel is both accurate and misleading at the same time it s a quantum superposition of crime On the one hand, the murder takes place in a vicarage tick at Christmas tick with lots of snow tick And there s no doubt that the title is a homage to Agatha Christie in fact, the last line of the book is Murder at the Vicarage, he thought as he got into the car He must read it again some time However, the setting apart, this is a modern murder myste Intriguingly, the presentation of this novel is both accurate and misleading at the same time it s a quantum superposition of crime On the one hand, the murder takes place in a vicarage tick at Christmas tick with lots ...


  3. says:

    I got completely engrossed in this book The characters were intriguing, multi faceted and believable and the mystery kept me guessing The sub plot relating to Lloyd and Judy Hill s relationship was also tantalising Great stuff


  4. says:

    I was looking for a Christmas mystery but even though someone is killed on Christmas eve this one didn t really do it for me It was fine short and forgettable.


  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this and thought it was much better crafted than the first in the series but I think the author wrote several other books in between There s a very short list of suspects for the murder but the misdirection is very cleverly done and I didn t feel at all cheated by the resolution, really very clever It s a very old fashioned kind of setup a small village that s practically snowbound at Christmas and the body turns up at the vicarage But it s definitely a modern non cosy myste I really enjoyed this and thought it ...


  6. says:

    3.5 STARS I very much like what I ve read of this series I particularly like the character of DS Judy Hill who continuously takes notes because she has trouble remembering, something I can identify with There was an extremely short list of suspects, however suspicion changes over the course of the story back and forth I tagged a completely dif...


  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this little murder mystery Not my usual type of book, but it was a wee page turner Simple plot, or so it would seem Set in an isolated village with a close knit community Murder takes place at the vicarage at Christmas, and the victim is the vicar s son in law Good characters and writing It is down to CI Lloyd and Sergeant Hill to solve this modern day version of twists and turns Whose head will the crime finally fall upon.well that would be telling. I m sure Agat I really enjoyed this little murder mystery Not my usual t...


  8. says:

    A very good whodunit


  9. says:

    On the eve of Christmas Eve, Detective Inspector Lloyd and his sometime lover Sergeant Judy Hill are separated by the remnants of earlier relationships Judy s husband Michael is home for the holidays and, in fact, home faroften because his working life has changed from the almost constant travel that enabled Lloyd and Judy to begin their affair to muchtime at home Lloyd wants Judy to cut the cord, but that s easier said than done, as are mundane holiday details like gift buying and On the eve of Christmas Eve, Detective Inspector Lloyd and his sometime lover Sergeant Judy Hill are separated by the remnants of earlier relationships Judy s husband Michael is home for the holidays and, in fact, home faroften because his working life has changed from the almost constant travel that enabled Lloyd and Judy to begin their affair to muchtime at home Lloyd wants Judy to cut the cord, but that s easier said than done, as are mundane holiday details like gi...


  10. says:

    So many irritating characters.

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