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O Gentle Death. Description The likelihood of Catriona Roberts's suicide is questioned when it is revealed that she was pregnant. Was it murder? Was the suspect a gifted and arrogant pupil from the same fashionable boarding school, or possibly his father or maybe a teacher she had accused of sexual harassment? Or was it Piers Miller, a favorite for the headmaster position, whom Catriona had accused of harassment just hours before her death?
A grave threat to Francesca and her family brings the investigation to a thrilling and unexpected end. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published September 18th by Minotaur Books first published January 1st More Details Original Title. Other Editions 4.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 20, Maureen rated it it was ok Shelves: fiction , , mystery , uk , london. This book had such promise; a murder of a school girl with a Chief Inspector on scene.
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You had to plough through a third of the book before the murder occurred. Which isn't necessarily a problem except wading through that first part seemed like repeating the same actions and unnecessary scenes. Overall the book was boring, I only finished it because I hoped it would get better and the ending was unsatisfactory. Investigating the author, I found that this is the seventh book involving the This book had such promise; a murder of a school girl with a Chief Inspector on scene.
Investigating the author, I found that this is the seventh book involving the policeman and his wife. Although it reads as a stand alone it does explain why some scenes were included that had no relevance to the story. Also it is interesting that I found this book unsatisfactory and it is the last book she wrote with this couple. Nov 28, JodiP rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery.
I have the faintest idea how I came across this author, but if this work is any indication, I am in for a treat. This book was a complex web of characters all involved in a private school, Faraday's, catering to the artistic. At first I worried about keeping about a dozen main, active characters sorted out, but it wasn't a problem.
I thnk the resolution was every day tawdry--the step-father's the culprit--but I mean this in a compimentary manner. The plot is peopled with a somewhat confusing array of parents and stepparents of the dead girl and the teenage suspects. I never could keep the relationships straight. Of course this neatly reflects the fact that so many parents today are divorced and remarried.
But despite my confusion over the adult personalities, I enjoyed the book and am sorry to come to the end of the series.
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July 7, - Published on Amazon. An excellent entry into this wonderful series. We meet new people, faculty, students, parents at a free-spirited boarding school, and revisit familiar ones. The possible suspects are narrowed down with systematic doggedness. Personalities are nuanced; no black and white but realistically in shades of gray.