A Place of Hiding by Elizabeth George (2009-03-24)

A Place of Hiding by Elizabeth George

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  • Author: Elizabeth George
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    1. Elizabeth George Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Place of Hiding by Elizabeth George (2009-03-24) book, this is one of the most wanted Elizabeth George author readers around the world.

    2. Guy Brouard, septuagénaire et millionnaire, a été tué sur l'île de Guernesey. Rapidement la police arrête une jeune femme, China Rivers, américaine. Cherokee, le frère de China, demande de l'aide à Deborah St James, amie d'enfance de China, et à son mari Simon qui travaille à Londres dans la médecine légale. Ils débarquent sur Guernesey afin de mener une enquête parallèle. En effet il apparaît vite que la police locale est très satisfaite d'avoir trouver un coupable étranger, [...]

    3. Elizabeth George has to be one of the best crime writers out there. This is yet another superbly written masterpiece.

    4. Je suis un grand admirateur d'Elizabeth George cependant, je trouve qu'elle avait trop de personnages pour bien suivre l'histoire. Et même à la fin on a un peu de mal à croire que le tueur était vraiment ce personnage-là.pour une fois son personnage pricipale joue un rôle nettement moins important que d'habitude - il n'y est presque pas dans le livre.C'est un bon divertissement mais pas du vintage Elizabeth George.

    5. This book is an excellent read, As a long timed George fan I enjoyed the move away from the expected characters and places. Her insights into differences as well as the similarities in American experience and philosophy versus the English versions are fascinating to meGeorge's assay of the complexity and depth, or lack thereof, of interpersonal relationships is something psychology students/practitioners should all integrate into their understanding.The historical information is vivid. And the [...]

    6. "A Place of Hiding" is a book about relationships: mother-daughter (mostly missing), mother-son (mostly antagonistic), father-son (inept to problematic), father-daughter (challenging), sibling (mostly dysfunctional but with an eerie loyalty in some cases), friendship (surprising, often revengeful), lover-lusty (older and younger, mind-bending), and husband-wife (not only the St. Jameses butpoint taken, right?). In fact, Elizabeth George has done a masterful job of linking all these relationships [...]

    7. I don't know why this is called an Inspector Lynley novel, he's only on about one page in the book, the remainder is about Deborah and Simon St. James. I found this book to be pretty boring and I don't care for the character Deborah St. James. To me she's an unpleasant brat. Why Lynley used to be in love with her and why Simon is so madly in love with her is beyond me. Had I known that Lynley and Havers weren't in this one, I would have skipped it.

    8. Let me entertain you, Elizabeth George seems to be saying below the level of her story line. But who is the "you" to whom this writer writes? Not me, in any case. There is more than ample evidence of sexuality in all its crudity, more than enough four-letter words to get the point across that the character is angry/illiterate/a bully, and there are twists and turns galore before Simon St.James (but in this case his wife) reveals the killer. Oh, my, what a surprise!! Never would have suspected [...]

    9. I am an avid Elizabeth George fan and have not only read almost everything she has written, but enthusiastically recommend her whenever possible. This one was a disappointment. Her wonderful writing style and my mild curiosity about "whodunit" was the only aspect that made me give it 3 stars instead of 2. Lynley and Havers were not in it, rather St. James and his wife, Deborah. The insight into their relationship was uninteresting as was their contribution to the plot. Deborah was downright [...]

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