Death Cart (2020)

Death Cart Susan Parry Death Cart Student archaeologist Millie Sanderson is hoping to uncover an ancient chariot burial site in Wensleydale but work is interrupted when her housemate Vrishti Bhatt disappears Inspector Ernie Brown is
  • Title: Death Cart
  • Author: Susan Parry
  • ISBN: 9780954489168
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
Death Cart Susan Parry Student archaeologist Millie Sanderson is hoping to uncover an ancient chariot burial site in Wensleydale but work is interrupted when her housemate, Vrishti Bhatt, disappears Inspector Ernie Brown is not concerned and dismisses a hit and run accident that involves her lecturer as an unfortunate coincidence.But even Inspector Brown cannot ignore the next incident in theStudent archaeologist Millie Sanderson is hoping to uncover an ancient chariot burial site in Wensleydale but work is interrupted when her housemate, Vrishti Bhatt, disappears Inspector Ernie Brown is not concerned and dismisses a hit and run accident that involves her lecturer as an unfortunate coincidence.But even Inspector Brown cannot ignore the next incident in the Archaeology Department Baffled, he turns to DS Mitch Turner for support, ignoring Nina, a new young constable, who is working systematically through the evidence.Meanwhile Millie and her friends are pursuing their own investigations
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  1. AngryGreyCat

    Death Cart is one of this month s reads for the English Kindle Mystery Club on I really thought I would like this book because of the combination of archaeology and murder mystery, similar to Elly Griffiths work, which I love This one simply didn t work for me The characters were mundane and not well drawn I didn t really get their attraction to one another as friends or lovers They were all mainly Phd candidates or University staff and yet they didn t come across like that at all The police off [...]

  2. David Gooch

    This is a story about archaeology students and lecturers on digs and at uni and initially one of the students goes missing then a lecturer is the victim of a hit and run and then dies Murder ensues as the missing girl turns up dead and on we go The search for the killer follows along with death etc.At first when I starting reading this I thought it was a first book as it seemed so disjointed and not the easiest to read I persevered and to be fair the story does get better and while the mystery [...]

  3. Patricia

    Three dead women all from the college archeology department two women students who shared a house and a female professor plus four male suspects with ties to the department Are the deaths related Enter the three police officers 1 the Inspector is in charge of the investigation He s older, white, opinionated, racist, and doesn t like women Once he arrests a suspect his mind is closed and he doesn t want to hear any additional information 2 the Detective Sgt is a young man who wants to make a mark [...]

  4. D.S. Williams

    This was an interesting book from an archaeological point of view, but sadly, the story overall was overlong and would have benefited from heavy editing The characters were likeable, but the conversations between the characters were extremely stilted Millie finds herself surrounded by a number of murders, including two of the flat mates she lives with The investigation is headed by a bumbling, racist detective who ignores the majority of the good clues, instead choosing to follow unlikely paths, [...]

  5. Neil

    This was the second book in the Yorkshire dales series Sadly I have found them to be a bit too slow and pedestrian for my liking There is no doubting that a lot of research has gone into these books, and they are great if you want to followthe interpllay between characters So it s a thanks but no thanks from me

  6. Lillie

    The story takes place around a university s archaeology department Some of the description of the archaeological sites and procedures was interesting.

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