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To Dwell In Darkness (2014)

by Deborah Crombie(Favorite Author)
4.08 of 5 Votes: 3
0062271601 (ISBN13: 9780062271600)
William Morrow
Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James
review 1: Kincaid has been transferred (as punishment, it seems) to the Camden borough of London and is investigating a fatal bombing in the St. Pancras International Station mall, in which a small group of ragtag Crossrail protestors is involved. Duncan calls on the help of both Melody and Doug (neither of whom works for him now) to help him identify the bomber/victim. I guessed the killer more than 100 pp before the end of the book but the plot wasn't bad. The rest of the book focuses on the ordinary life-with-children-and-pets of Gemma -- who is working on her own case (a rape and murder of a young girl) with Melody, and yet she manages to be home with the kids most of the time -- and Duncan, which gets a bit tiresome.
review 2: I'm a big fan of this series, and did e
... morenjoyed this latest entry. But I didn't like it as much as the earlier ones. It is clearly the start of something new, with incorporation of many very modern plot elements, from electronics to political intrigue. I think Crombie does better with her earlier cozier style. It will be interesting to see how this turn in her writing evolves. If it brings in new readers, it will probably stay... less
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I always enjoy books in this series. This book didn't disappoint!
Great addition to a very enjoyable series.
Another solid addition to the series.
Well worth the wait.
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