E–pub/Kindle [The Shrine DCI Ryan Mysteries #16] By L.J. Ross

The Shrine DCI Ryan Mysteries #16

L.J. Ross ä 6 download

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Is classic DCI Ryan reading We Are Treated To A are treated to a dramatic opening scene in which an attack on Durham Cathedral sees one of our favourite team placed in great jeopardy Follow this up with a very cold blooded murder a seemingly professional hit and we find ourselves with two serious crimes that have personal meaning to the team In this book it is a case of dividing to conuer with Ryan leading half of the team to investigate the murder whilst MacKenzie takes over investigating the attack on the Cathedral I ll say no than that about the story It s your job to uncover the restNow the book has all the hallmarks of a Ryan novel You have the blend of the mystery the slow unravelling of the investigation the discovery of vital clues and the sense of some underlying backstory or subplot that is just out of reach and which may or may not present itself by the conclusion of the book There is the clear passion for the setting in this case predominantly around County Durham and the exploration of the region s rich history that sets the story apart and intrigues me as a reader You also have the brilliant characters that the author has so lovingly over the series cementing them #in the hearts and minds of readers worldwide It lovely to see Yates playing a larger role in this story #the hearts and minds of readers worldwide It was lovely to see Yates playing a larger role in this story course of the investigation allowing her to showcase the skills that we new she possessed the book does delve deeply into the emotional connections between the team as couples and as an extended family and has that romantic and positive air that permeates all of the series Speaki. Barely scratched the surface when reports flood in of a terror explosion at Durham Cathedral Chaos descends on the sleepy historic city and when the smoke clears they find a priceless artefact that once belonged to Saint Cuthbert is missingWith tensions running at an all time high Ng of family we finally get to meet Ryan s parents Ryan and his father share many traits including the stoicism and I am looking forward to seeing how their difficult relationship is developed and tested in future booksThe book itself is uite a their difficult relationship is developed and tested in future booksThe book itself is uite a read and after an emotional beginning the investigation picks up pace with clues coming thick and fast This is not a book that draws out the tension or the investigation unnecessarily It is as much about the impact upon the characters as it is *Cases In Themselves There Are Elements Of The Tale Which *in themselves are elements of the tale which readers back to earlier books in the series moments where the characters pause to reflect over events that have shaped their lives so far and in that respect this serves as a perfect segue way into what look sets to be another exciting period in Ryan s life Yep Sorry all If you want a nice neat conclusion to the story you won t find that here either Well you do to a degree ins as much as you Bringing the Outside In know the what the how and even mostly the who But there is also a very clear and yet unspoken to be continued vibe at the end Looks like there is a new villain in town folks That has me very excited Definitely recommended for fans of the series Another enjoyable if rather short book about Ryan and team Not a bad storyline which is obviously going to continue in the next publication Half a bookSeriously this was looking promising till the 70% MarkNot a cliff hangar as such but the next book is clearly going to be a continuation and no reason as it s not a long book and just winds up with lots of uestions and a whole lot of Nable to trust the local police can Ryan and his team bring ailler to justice and restore Cuthbert’s cross to its natural resting placeMurder and mystery are peppered with romance and humour in this fast paced crime whodunnit set amidst the spectacular landscape of County Durha. Ok so these books are not challenging reads I managed this one in *15 hours They aren t the most in depth page turning suspenseful mysteries but a they are *hours They aren t the most in depth page turning suspenseful mysteries but a they are and b once you are 16 books deep you ind of want to now what s going on with the main charactersThis book was better than the last few although it lacked the intricacies of the first 5 books in this series I did enjoy it I felt connected to the characters but there was a distinct lack of information about the criminal so little that it s impossible to guess the outcome It Shouldn T Be Obvious But I shouldn t be obvious but I at least have a chance I look forward to reading the next book and see where the story pans out However this book is short she easily could have finished the story in one book had her editor publishing house just given her time To anyone reading this WE DONT NEED A BOOK EVERY 2 MONTHS I m sure the majority of the readers would prefer uality over uantitySaying that the reason this book got 3 Before we start let s just clear a few things up If you are here hoping to find a book that is really gritty hard core laced with explicit scenes of violence bad language murder and mayhem well you ve come to the wrong place There are plenty of brilliant books and authors that can give you that but that s not what this series is about If you are looking for the best of modern day crime writing tales that draw on character setting and the story itself to build an experience that is as full of heart and love as it is mystery and tension then this is the series for you Still with me Good Then let s carry onThis book. A murder for the history booksAfter a long and eventful winter DCI Ryan and his team are looking forward to the joys of spring But when one of their colleagues is shot dead on her own doorstep and the brass think it’s an inside job Ryan finds himself drafted in to investigateHe’s. ,

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