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Alas, they do not: and as a result this book really seemed to plod along.
This is a mystery series with very complex characters and family relationships, concentrating more on character development than on action.
Black's novels possess a strong sense of character, and that character aspect develops with each novel.
I enjoyed it. Love the Quirke character. Also I lived in Dublin in the '50s and so enjoyed references to all the familiar places mentioned in the book. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Ethel A Kantor
I read all the books from this series. This ia a very nice sequel, every book is equally good and interesting to read. Once you start reading a book, you can't put it off. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Irina
This book is beautifully written. It evokes the fog-enveloped gloom of 1950s Dublin. It provides insights into the claustrophobic world of the city's middle class. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kate Vane
Sorry...have reviewed the text...evidently made no impression on mePublished 6 months ago by Sheri N. Miller
Many of the very best mysteries are profoundly political. In digging deeply into what makes their characters tick, the writers locate the roots of their class origins and the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mal Warwick
Quirke and Hackett solve another mystery. There are the usual observations on emotional tangles and the underbelly of the moneyed classes.Published 8 months ago by SW
Elegy for April presents a most unusual mystery – DID something happen which requires police intervention, or is everything OK? Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andrew Kuligowski