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10 thoughts on “Cold Earth (Shetland Island, #7)

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    I was first drawn to this series by the setting Have a fascination with the Shetland Islands and these books will probably be the closest I will come, since I don t believe I will actually ever travel there I kept reading them though because I enjoy the main characters Perez and Sandy The story lines always fully engage my attention as well In this outing, a landslide at a funeral will reveal the body of a young woman and will throw suspicion on various island inhabitants Enjoy the mix of pe I was first drawn to this series by the setting Have a fascination with the Shetland Islands and these books will probably be the closest I will come, since I don t believe I will actually ever travel there I kept reading them though beca...


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    Scars have the strange power to remind us that our past is realCormac McCarthyAnn Cleeves, the award winning British crime author, is back with yet another intriguing thriller in her popular Shetland Island crime series called, Cold Earth, where the infamous protagonist, DI Jimmy Perez, is challenged with the landslides of Shetland that destroys an abandoned house on the island, revealing the body of an unidentified woman, whose death strikes Perez with the tragic death of the love ofScars have the strange power to remind us that our past is realCormac McCarthyAnn Cleeves, the award winning British crime author, is back with yet another intriguing thriller in her popular Shetland Island crime series called, Cold Earth, where the infamous protagonist, DI Jimmy Perez, is challenged with the landslides of Shetland that destroys an abandoned house on the island, ...


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    There s nothing like the vision of a cemetery, caskets and headstones and all, sliding down the hill into the North Sea during a torrential storm in the Shetland Islands that will get your attentionThis is how the new Jimmy Perez book number 7 in the series starts in this action packed entry into the Shetland Series So when a dead woman s body is found it s understandable that the police suspect the landslide was the cause of the death The body of a beautiful woman, not from Shetland There s nothing like the vision of a cemetery, caskets and headstones and all, sliding down the hill into the North Sea during a torrential storm in the Shetland Islands that will get your attentionThis is how the new Jimmy Perez book number 7 in the series starts in this action packed entry into the Shetland Series So when a dead woman s body is found it s understandable that the police suspect the l...


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    Wow, what a book I have read every single one of the books in the Shetland series, but COLD EARTH, book seven, is my favorite so far The story is intriguing and perplexing and I especially enjoyed the interplay between Jimmy Perez and Willow Reeves.The book starts with Jimmy Perez attending his friend Magnus Tait s funeral, but a sudden landslide puts an abrupt end to that Luckily no one seems to have been hurt, the croft that was smashed in the landslide should be empty However, Jimmy disco Wow, what a book I have read every single one of the books in the Shetland series, but COLD EARTH, book seven, is my favorite so far The story is intriguing and perplexing and I especially enjoyed the interplay between Jimmy Perez and Willow Reeves.The book starts with Jimmy Perez attending his friend Magnus Tait s funeral, but a s...


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    Five big stars I immensely enjoyed this book I muchappreciate a good story and good detective work than stories with a lot of torture and easy anxiety This book was like coming back to a place where y...


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    Just when I was wondering when we would ever get a new instalment of the Shetland series, up popped Cold Earth on my horizon Cold Earth is the seventh in the successful series, following DI Jimmy Perez up in the Shetland Islands, Scotland Like all the other Shetland lovers out there, I got myself immersed in Cold Earth as soon as I could.A landslide on Shetland leads to a body being discovered in a house The woman has been strangled Jimmy Perez and his team are soon looking for a killer Who Just when I was wondering when we would ever get a new instalment of the Shetland series, up popped Cold Earth on my horizon Cold Earth is the seventh in the successful series, following DI Jimmy Perez up in the Shetland Islands, Scotland Like all the other Shetland lovers out there, I got myself immersed in Cold Earth as soon as I could.A landslide on Shetland leads to a body being discovered in a house The wom...


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    This is the seventh Shetland mystery featuring police detective Jimmy Perez He remains devoted step father to his late fiance s daughter, taciturn, and a loner Though he lived outside of Shetland for several years, you feel he belongs nowhere else His sergeant Sandy Wilson from one of the smaller Shetland isles occasionally shines in his job, but you can t imagine him surviving in the outside world.There is a landslide, and a body of a woman is discovered I don t know how often landslides oc This is the seventh Shetland mystery featuring police detective Jimmy Perez He remains devoted step father to his late fiance s daughter, taciturn, and a loner Though he lived outside of Shetland for several years, you feel he belongs nowhere else His sergeant Sandy Wilson from one of the smaller Shetland isles occasionally shines in his job, but you can t imagine him surviving in the outside world.There is a landslide, and a body of a woman is discovered I don t know how often landslides occur but I visited a sheep farm there a few years ago that had an entire layer of a hill slide into their house Roads are nothan 2 lanes,and sometimes single track and in the novel,traffic is greatly disrupted between the airport and the main town Lerwick, thirty miles to the north, The woman found in the landslide, which destroyed a cottage, had been murdered She is an outsider and it seems the police spend too much time trying to ...


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    This book has been sitting in my shelf unread for at least a year, probably longer I ve read the other books in the series Ann Cleeves is an unreliable author for me sometimes I love her work, sometimes I hate it and usually it leaves me feeling nothing This was one I really enjoyed So much so that after buying a dozen books and just having read a couple of chapters in this one, finished it rather than move on to something new ...


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    It s only the second Shetland Island series that I ve read and it will be my last.The locale detail is constant and intense and for some that will increase their attachment and interest Not for me, I find in these long and very slow Ann Cleeves that after page 150 or so, the redundancy and the gloom make them such a slog I want to skip every sunken roofed croft or muddy rain splattered description.And the worst aspect is too many characters with not enough, IMHO, personality spark in any of the It s only the second Shetland Island series that I ve read and it will be my last.The locale detail is constant and intense and for some that will increase their attachment and interest Not for me, I find in these long and very slow Ann Cleeves that after page 150 or so, the redundancy and the gloom make them such a slog I want to skip every sunken roofed croft or muddy rain splattered description.And the worst aspect is too many characters with not enough, IMHO, personality spark in any of them Too many women who don t seem to know who they are or what they want too It s like most of the characters they are all non easy sleeping or morose depressants No appetite, give me a drink, let me pace around the room people Parents are either hovering or neglectful, hardly anything in the normal range family wise on top of it Neighbors know SO much, but don t KNOW each other Not anything like the small towns I am familiar with at all Stand offish in too many nuance ways de...


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    When a landslide reveals a woman s body in the wreckage, Jimmy Perez thinks she s a victim of mother natureuntil the autopsy reveals she s a victim of a different ilk.Jimmy, Willow, and Sandy are once again racing against t...


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Cold Earth (Shetland Island, #7) In The Dark Days Of A Shetland Winter, Torrential Rain Triggers A Landslide That Crosses The Main Lerwick Sumburgh Road And Sweeps Down To The Sea.At The Burial Of His Old Friend Magnus Tait, Jimmy Perez Watches The Flood Of Mud And Peaty Water Smash Through A Croft House In Its Path Everyone Thinks The Croft Is Uninhabited, But In The Wreckage He Finds The Body Of A Dark Haired Woman Wearing A Red Silk Dress In His Mind, She Shares His Mediterranean Ancestry And Soon He Becomes Obsessed With Tracing Her Identity.Then It Emerges That She Was Already Dead Before The Landslide Hit The House Perez Knows He Must Find Out Who She Was, And How She Died.