➽ With No One as Witness (Inspector Lynley, #13) Free ➳ Author Elizabeth George – Thomashillier.co.uk


With No One as Witness (Inspector Lynley, #13) The Police Never Suspected A Serial Killer Was At Large Until They Found The Third Murdered Boy, The First White Victim, His Body Draped Over A Tomb In A London Graveyard Suddenly A Series Of Crimes And A Potential Public Relations Disaster Have Scotland Yard On The Defensive, Scrambling To Apprehend A Maniac While Avoiding Accusations Of Racism.Detective Superintendent Thomas Lynley, Distracted By Concerns For His Pregnant Wife, Has Been Assigned To The Investigation, Along With His Disgraced Partner, Barbara Havers, Who S Fighting For Her Professional Future Winston Nkata, Deservedly, If Hastily, Promoted To Detective Sergeant, Is The Black Face Who Will Speak To The Media But None Of Them Can Imagine The Tenacity And Ingenuity Of The Killer They Seek And No One Is Prepared For The Savage, Shocking Instant When Everything Will Change Forever.


10 thoughts on “With No One as Witness (Inspector Lynley, #13)

  1. says:

    I read one of the early Elizabeth George novels years ago and didn t like it George is an American writing police procedurals set in London Having lived in London myself, I was put off by her unsure grasp of English social customs and s I don t know what possessed me to read this, but I must say George has come a long way in the intervening years Not only is shesure footed in making her way through the English class system, her gift for plot has truly blossomed The only real compl I read one of the early Elizabeth George novels years ago and didn t like it George is an American writing police procedurals set in London Having lived in London myself, I was put off...


  2. says:

    I have followed this series from the first book and read them all in order This one, took me by surprise and brought a tear to my eye, something that does not usually happen Firstly, Ms George for the first time went for a serial killer and also took on a difficult subject of what goes through the mind of a paedophile and their justifications for how they act Mixed race 12 13 year old boys are being murdered with their bodies mutilated in London, and it takes four deaths before the police re I have followed this series from the first book and read them all in order This one, took me by surprise and brought a tear to my eye, something that does not usually happen Firstly, Ms George for the first time went for a serial killer and also took on a difficult subject of what goes through the mind of a paedophile and thei...


  3. says:

    I have been a fan of the Thomas Lynley series from the beginning, reading them in order and loving each one However, this one takes a plot twist that was a mistake, in my opinion I was, quite honestly horrified and heart broken by what happened I have continued to read the books after this one but I confess it is with less enthusiasm and I find I care less about the characters It s as though since the author apparently doesn t care enough about the character to give them a life that is at le I have been a fan of the Thomas Lynley series from the beginning, reading them in order and loving each one However, this one takes a plot twist that was a mistake, in my opinion I was, quite honestly horrified and heart broken by what happened I have continued to read the books after this one but I confess it is with less enthusiasm and I find I care less about the characters It s as though since the author apparently doesn t care enough about the character to give them a life that is at least not miserable, why should I care I don t understand why autho...


  4. says:

    SPOILER ALERT This review reveals an irritating, but important, plot detail Sweet Lord mother of God Did nobody tell this woman that reading a book about a crazed serial killer is tough enough going But to kill off Lynley s fricking WIFE in the middle of the b...


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I have very mixed feelings about this book I like to read Elizabeth George because I m so attached to her characters, especially to Helen Lynley because she adds a light touch to the proceedings Other than Helen, the characters are all very serious and pained in various ways This book is very well plotted and the characters are as strong as ever The ending is satisfying, while leaving me wondering what will happen with these characters next I have a big problem, though Ms George has kille I have very mixed feelings about this book I like to read Elizab...


  6. says:

    This one was quite a ride One of the best in the series, in my opinion I almost didn t want to read it, having accidentally found out a major plot development in advance But Ms George s writing was spot on in describing how all the characters dealt with the situation Very realistic It was good to have Lynley Havers back, although this one leaves you hanging whether they will be a team in the future If you re a fan of the series, and the characters, this one is a don t miss Not ea This one was quite a ride One of the best in the series, in my opinion I almost didn t want to read it, having accidentally found out a major plot development in advance But Ms George s writing was spot on in describing how all the characters dealt with the situation Very realistic It was good to have Lynley Havers back, although this one leaves you hanging whether they will be a team in the future If you re a fan of the serie...


  7. says:

    I won t read anyElizabeth George novels because of this one I was so angry at what she did to the characters that I swore off her altogether A big part of what I enjoy about murder mystery series is that we get to know the primary characters over time, and see them develop So to mess around with the relationship between readers and characters is to incur the readers wrath.I hope to eventually forgive Ms George, because I enjoyed the series prior to With No One As Witness For now, I I won t read anyElizabeth George novels because of this one I was so angry at what she did to the characters that I swore off her altogether A big part of what I enjoy about murder mystery series is that we get to know the primary characters over time, and see them develop So to mess around with the relationship between readers and characters is to incur the readers wrath.I hope to eventually forgive Ms Georg...


  8. says:

    I enjoyed reading this book It took me a moment to get into it as well as get around the dialect This book is 928 pages or 19 cds long Starts off slightly boring and takes a minute to kickstart the desire to read.There s a killer going around selecting young black males as his victims and performing painful torture to them No one ever witnesses these abductions nor does anyone know why these boys would be so susceptible to their killer On the case is Constable Havers, Acting Superintendent I enjoye...


  9. says:

    I know I wrote a review for this some time ago and I m disappointed the system seems to have blipped said review into oblivion. As with almost all George s books, I loved this one and was so dumbstruck and awed and distressed by the ending that I could not read the sequel to this particular story What Happened Before He Shot Her still haven t managed to get to it although I ve read Color of Blood I think it s called the one that came after What Happened anyway I l I know I wrote a review for this some time ago and I m disappointed the system seems to have blipped said review into oblivion. As with almost all George s books, I loved this one and was so dumbst...


  10. says:

    I am done with this book for now I read the prologue and that made me start this giant novel, but just after a couple of pages I felt totally disenchanted and bored by the story The writer has a literary flair and her usage of some proverbs and phrases is amusing at times but the pace of the story is nowhere near that of a fine mystery thriller book Very slow paced and laden with useless details of London streets and how Barbara Havers smoke cigarettes is quite unnerving as well as annoying I am done with this book for now I read the prologue and that made me start this giant novel, but just after a couple of pages I felt totally disenchanted and bored by the story The writer has a literary flair and her usage of some prove...


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