Enter Second Murderer (2020)

Enter Second Murderer Alanna Knight Enter Second Murderer Librarian s note Alternate cover edition of ASIN B BAI The Gruesome Convent Murders Prime suspects are a fanatical nun an aristocratic hermit and a public schoolboy in a chronicle of terror bet
  • Title: Enter Second Murderer
  • Author: Alanna Knight
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  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
Enter Second Murderer Alanna Knight Librarian s note Alternate cover edition of ASIN B00572BAI2 The Gruesome Convent Murders Prime suspects are a fanatical nun, an aristocratic hermit and a public schoolboy in a chronicle of terror, betrayal, greed and violence As this sensational case for which the murderer has been executed is reopened when a second victim is claimed, D.I Faro is drawn into the shady unLibrarian s note Alternate cover edition of ASIN B00572BAI2 The Gruesome Convent Murders Prime suspects are a fanatical nun, an aristocratic hermit and a public schoolboy in a chronicle of terror, betrayal, greed and violence As this sensational case for which the murderer has been executed is reopened when a second victim is claimed, D.I Faro is drawn into the shady underworld beyond Victorian middle class Edinburgh s theatres and salons.
Enter Second Murderer Alanna Knight

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  1. Andrea

    Set in in the late 1800s in Edinburgh, this seems a well written enough story, with a moderately likeable detective Butbut.The deceiving wife murdered by her husband and considered almost excusably so by the detective The scheming girl murdered by the unknown The saintly dead wife raped at fifteen.Flipping to the end shows me we do eventually end up with a living female character who isn t a bit part servant and this, naturally is the love interest view spoiler And also the murderer hide spoiler [...]

  2. Cece

    I had high hopes for this series but alas, the style is much too flowery and earnest, as is the main character, Inspector Faro The book is full of sentences such as A daunting prospect, for he would not be welcome, but he was certain that she had the strength, needed in her calling, not to shrink from what she considered her duty, no matter how distressing the task and even if it meant visiting the mortuary and identifying the corpse as that of Miss Burnleigh I ll put up with sentences that requ [...]

  3. Thom Swennes

    Patrick Hymes, an Irish laborer living in Edinburgh, Scotland, kills his wife by strangulation in a fit of rage When apprehended, he readily admits to the crime but when another woman is strangled in close proximity to the crime, the police immediately think the two crimes are related Patrick denounces his role in this second murder but on May 11, 1870, he is nevertheless sentenced to hang for both murders Even though the second murder wouldn t have added or detracted from his ultimate demise, h [...]

  4. Annette

    Detective Inspector Faro and his step son Vince live together in a home in Edinburgh They have a housekeeper named Mrs Brook Faro is a widower who loved his late wife His two younger daughters are living with his mother in the northern part of Scotland.This is the Victorian Era and the customs of the time are different from today s DI Faro has had a difficult relationship with his step son in the past But now, Vince is a beginning doctor and they have developed a better relationship Vince also h [...]

  5. Bev

    The first in a series of Inspector Faro mysteries, set in 1870 in Edinburgh the truth about a murder that was incorrectly tied to an admitted wife slaying continues to trouble the inspector until the very dramatic conclusion The historic setting and straight forward crime solving is attractive, but I m not sure if I will continue reading this series.

  6. Micki

    A bit stilted style I did come to like Inspector Faro and his stepson, Vince Not too much of a surprising ending I ll probably try the next in the series.

  7. Tamara

    Enjoyed this Victorian mystery Set in Edinburgh Main character is a widower, a detective, a stepfather, and father of two daughters Returning after an illness, he determines that a case deemed solved was closed because it suited the police to have it off their books His investigation leads him to a troop of actors, a Quaker mission, a convent, and assorted characters.

  8. Katie

    Ugh This could of been better, but the love story was just so grating and forced I find it hard to enjoy a novel when I don t like any of the characters, but the weak mystery didn t help matters This was free through Kindle Unlimited, so I might try the next just to see if it improves, but my hopes aren t high.

  9. Julie

    So so I enjoyed the main character, Faro, and his adventures especially trying to figure out a murder that has been blamed on someone else Fairly good writing, but I ve read lots of classic mysteries and this one doesn t quite measure up the author uses some terminology they wouldn t have used then.

  10. Teddi

    Version was an epub that was strangely layed out and had several spelling errors.Has a good flow once I got past the first chapter made me wonder if pages were missing as it didn t really begin but like jumping in the middle Also ended abruptly but in the manner I expected it to Overall, was a bit of a dull read Will see how the next one goes.

  11. Anne

    Fantastic as an easy read that has intrigue, but is not too taxing or heavy going Alanna write well and the characters are likeable I like the fact that this is in a series of books as the mail character can develope over the series.

  12. Jean

    This is the first Inspector Faro book by Alannah Knight, dating from 1989 The setting is Victorian, the location Edinburgh This one is quite intriguing, so it will be interesting to see how they developed.

  13. Kathy

    Rather uneven and the solution to the mystery dawned on me considerably before Faro caught on There were things I liked about the setting and backstory and for those reasons I will probably read of this series, but I can t say I was particularly impressed by the protagonist.

  14. Toni Roush

    Nice A decent story, set in times past I would be glad to read mote by this author and see where her characters go.

  15. Ralph Deatherage

    RivetingDespite the stilted prose of the era, this is a superb story told by a master storyteller A good book.

  16. Carole Grady

    A good Victorian mysteryI enjoyed this first inspector Faro book Sorry it ended the way it did but it was an interesting book and I think very well written.

  17. Deborah aka Reading Mom

    I enjoyed the first in the Inspector Faro series a bit over 3 star, but probably less than 4 Enjoyable Victorian detective story set in Edinburgh, Scotland Will continue the series

  18. Deborah Whipp

    Faro s sophomoric infatuation was incredibly irritating and his police work inconsistent whenever it suited the plot.

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