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Mystery
  • Author:
    Reginald Hill
  • ISBN:
    0440168899
  • ISBN13:
    978-0440168898
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  • Publisher:
    Dell (August 1, 1990)
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    309
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Читать онлайн Ruling Passion. In Crowther's book, Culpepper was probably one of the self-appointed squires, thought Pascoe as he stood outside the station in the bright sunlight and took his bearings. He wasn't certain if he altogether liked what he saw. Not that it wasn't pretty.

Ruling Passions" is one of the earlier books in the Dalziel and Pascoe series by the always inventive Reginald Hill, and is as satisfying as almost anything that has come from that author

Ruling Passions" is one of the earlier books in the Dalziel and Pascoe series by the always inventive Reginald Hill, and is as satisfying as almost anything that has come from that author. This story reconnects Peter Pascoe with old girlfriend Ellie Soper and throws them into a multiple murder case involving a group of mutual friends. This item: Ruling Passion: Dalziel & Pascoe Set up a giveaway.

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Hill Reginald - скачать бесплатно все книги автора. Книги 1-17 из 17. A clubbable woman. Жанр: Полицейский детектив. In The Stranger House, Reginald Hill takes a break from his Dalziel and Pascoe series, and delivers a stunning stand-alone novel full of suspense, romance, history, and an exploration of the sometimes twisted side of the human psyche. The tiny village of Illthwaite in Cumbria, England, seems to be the kind of place where nothing much has happened for the last few.

Ruling Passion is Reginald Hill’s third Dalziel and Pascoe novel, first published in 1973, in which Pascoe finds his social life and work uncomfortably brought together by a terrible triple murder. Meanwhile, Dalziel is pressuring him about a string of unsolved burglaries, and as events unfold the two cases keep getting jumbled in his mind. But as Ellie gets to know him more so he becomes more human – and more likeable, with more understanding than she had previously thought. By the end of the book Peter, having passed his exams, is promoted to Inspector. Reginald Hill wrote 24 Dalziel and Pascoe novels. I’ve now read the first and the last and some in between.

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Having read some later books in the series, I know better is coming. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus. Reginald Hill has received Britain's most coveted mystery writers award, the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award, as well as the Golden Dagger, for his Dalziel/Pascoe series. Библиографические данные. Ruling Passion A Dell book Dalziel and Pascoe Series (Том 3), Reginald Hill.

From Yorkshire to the sleepy village of Thornton Lacey is only a morning's drive, but for Detective Sergeant Peter Pascoe, the distance will close off part of his life forever. Motoring down for a reunion with old friends, he arrives to find not a welcome but a grisly triple murder. Out of his jurisdiction, Pascoe is in an untenable position: one of his oldest friends is wanted for murder, his boss is ordering him back to Yorkshire, and his instincts are telling him that the local constabulary will never suspect that the crime's true motive lies not in the obvious places, but in the unexplored zones of passion within a twisted heart.

Mr_Mix
There are more twists and turns in this story that I would have thought possible when I began to read it, but then again, there are more injuries than usual as well. Because for Peter Pascoe, his world has been twisted inside out as he travels to spend a weekend with old college chums, only to find them murdered. And he's in an area where he has no jurisdiction and no control of events and happenings. Little seems to be happening to move the case along -- other than to search for the one friend whose body hasn't turned up in Thornton Lacey.

Meanwhile Dalziel has his own concerns -- he doesn't feel well and a doctor's visit sets him on the straight and narrow when it comes to drinking and diet. And he may be going soft too. What a way to go for the two policemen who are each in for tussles and false leads.
Vosho
The story starts out strongly, but soon begins to fade. The characters of Dalziel and Pascoe are fleshed out a bit more in this, the third, of the series. However, the plot is overly complex, and the ending is anticlimactic. This is not as good as the first two novels in the series, IMO. I think the author tried a little too hard on this one, and it just didn't work very well. 2 Stars
Ziena
"Ruling Passions" is one of the earlier books in the Dalziel and Pascoe series by the always inventive Reginald Hill, and is as satisfying as almost anything that has come from that author.

This story reconnects Peter Pascoe with old girlfriend Ellie Soper and throws them into a multiple murder case involving a group of mutual friends. The gradual unwrapping of the circumstances and motivations of the murders is done with grand style and creativity by author Hill. There are always several layers of storyline in play at once, providing the reader with plenty to chew on. As in most Dalziel and Pascoe books, much text is spent on character development and interaction.

This is totally enjoyable reading.
Flas
If you like British mysteries, you will like Reginald Hill's Daziel & Pascoe books. This one doesn't disappoint.
Mr_KiLLaURa
a very astute and talented writer, love fat Andy
Aria
Not the fastest read because of the setting and the regional speech patterns, but a thoroughly enjoyable mystery set around York, England. I really enjoy Dalziel and Pascoe.
Pettalo
Reginald Hill's writing style is marvellous; his characterisation is realistic and believable; the plots are always engrossing. I particularly enjoyed this book, in which the relationship between Ellie and Peter is just becoming serious. The plot in this book is gripping and fearful, and is well resolved.
Very good in terms of character development. However SPOILER ALERT it was a bit too coincidental that the two cases were so interconnected.