Death's Dark Shadow

Death s Dark Shadow Before she can even begin to track down the killer of the old woman dumped by the lonely canal Monika Paniatowski needs to find out who she is and no one seems to know Even when her daughter Louisa p

  • Title: Death's Dark Shadow
  • Author: Sally Spencer
  • ISBN: 9780727883476
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Before she can even begin to track down the killer of the old woman dumped by the lonely canal, Monika Paniatowski needs to find out who she is and no one seems to know Even when her daughter Louisa provides the vital clue, it only makes life difficult, because the Chief Constable intent on making Paniatowski s life difficult refused to let her follow the obvioBefore she can even begin to track down the killer of the old woman dumped by the lonely canal, Monika Paniatowski needs to find out who she is and no one seems to know Even when her daughter Louisa provides the vital clue, it only makes life difficult, because the Chief Constable intent on making Paniatowski s life difficult refused to let her follow the obvious trail And it is not until there is a second, even brutal, murder, that Paniatowski realises she will have to call on the help of her old mentor, ex DCI Charlie Woodend.

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    About “Sally Spencer

    • Sally Spencer

      A pseudonym used by Alan Rustage.Sally Spencer is a pen name, first adopted when the author actually called Alan Rustage was writing sagas and it was almost obligatory that a woman s name appeared on the cover other authors like Emma Blair and Mary Jane Staples are also men.Before becoming a full time writer, he was a teacher In 1978 79 he was working in Iran and witnessed the fall of the Shah see the Blog for what it was like to live through a revolution He got used to having rifles and, one occasion, a rocket launcher pointed at him by both soldiers and revolutionaries, but he was never entirely comfortable with it.He lived in Madrid for over twenty years, and still considers it the most interesting and exciting city he has ever visited, but for the last few years he has opted for a quieter life in the seaside town of Calpe, on the Costa Blanca.His first series of books were historical sagas set in Cheshire where he grew up and London They were very popular with his English readers, but his American readers find the dialect something of a strain.He has written twenty books featuring DCI Woodend a character based partly on a furniture dealer he used to play dominoes with and ten so far about Woodend s proteg Monika Paniatowski His DI Sam Blackstone books are set in Victorian Edwardian London, New York and Russia, and the Inspector Paco Ruiz books have as their backdrop the Spanish Civil War Alan is a competitive games player who likes bridge and pub quizzes It is only by enforcing iron discipline that he doesn t play video games all the time.He now lives on Spain s Costa Blanca.

    144 thoughts on “Death's Dark Shadow

    • This book took me awhile to get into. It takes place in Spain and England and references events that were like Greek to me. A woman is found dead in a canal under the newly formed ice. Once they determine her identity, the case gets tougher. I ended up enjoying it overall, and liked the twists, but it took a but for me to even be able to follow it.


    • Before she can even begin to track down the killer of the old woman dumped by the lonely canal, Monika Paniatowski needs to find out who she is - and no one seems to know. Even when her daughter Louisa provides the vital clue, it only makes life more difficult, because the Chief Constable - intent on making Paniatowski's life difficult - refused to let her follow the obvious trail. And it is not until there is a second, even more brutal, murder, that Paniatowski realises she will have to call on [...]


    • I rather enjoyed this latest Spencer mystery. The pace was fairly good and the characters interesting. The police team which included the now retired DCI Woodend worked fairly well. I may have missed a few in the series because I was not up to date on all the characters. But, It didn't matter. There was some romance in this story which is unusual. I usually pick these up at the library when they are available (as opposed to wanting to own them). I think I have to figure out what I've missed and [...]


    • This book is set in northern England and in Spain at the time of Franco's death. The settings and characters are excellent, but I figured the mystery at the 80% mark (Kindle version has no page numbers for this particular book) and most readers will probably figure it out, if not even sooner.


    • This was just OK. Some pretty unbelievable romance thrown in it seems, just for the heck of it. Fine for killing time, but this is neither one of the better mystery authors nor her best series.



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