Believing the Lie by Elizabeth George


Believing the Lie (Inspector Lynley, #17)Believing the Lie by Elizabeth George

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Elizabeth George is back on track, no matter what other readers say.

Inspector Lynley is nominated by Assistant Commissioner David Hiller to investigate the death of Bernard Fairclough’s nephew, Ian Cresswell, who was found drowned. A lot of mysterious sub-plots come up into the narrative but the author is a master in keeping track on the main death investigation.

4* A Great Deliverance
5* Payment in Blood
4* Well-Schooled in Murder
5* A Suitable Vengeance
5* For the Sake of Elena
4* Missing Joseph
4* Playing for the Ashes
4* In the Presence of the Enemy
4* Deception on His Mind
4* In Pursuit of the Proper Sinner
4* A Traitor to Memory
4* A Place of Hiding
4* With No One as Witness
4* What Came Before He Shot Her
3* Careless in Red
4* This Body of Death
4* Believing the Lie

From Wiki: the Lake District is intimately associated with English literature in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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