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READ PDF í A Well-Deserved Murder · There have always been neighbours from hell Some deserve to die, but most people stop short of murderWhen Sgt Peter Collins looks at Kate Graham s axe battered corpse, he has to ask himself if his cousin, Alan, didn tSergeant Peter Collins cousin, journalist and photographer, Alan Piper, is living next door to the neighbours from Hell They build a deck that overlooks his patio and monitor his every movement Under the cover of darkness they steal plants and building materials from his garden, but when his gate and gatepost disappear he calls in the police who advise him to put up a CCTV camera Alan has a better ideaSergeant Peter Collins cousin, journalist and photographer, Alan Piper, is living next door to the neighbours from Hell They build a deck that overlooks his patio and monitor his every movement Under the cover of darkness they steal plants and building materials from his garden, but when his gate and gatepost disappear he calls in the police who advise him to put up a CCTV camera Alan has a better ideaMousy civil servant Kacy Howell is amazed to suddenly find herself the centre of attention at work and showered with unprompted gifts of flowers, chocolates and discreetly wrapped sex toys Her husband, George, is bewildered until a colleague shows him a pornographic magazine aimed at the amateur photographerBefore George finds out if the photos are real, Kacy is found battered to death on the decking that overlooks Alan s garden Inspector Trevor Joseph and Sergeant Peter Collins find themselves wanting to look beyond the obvious suspect for a murder, which Kacy s neighbours have already Christened justifiable homicide Well deserving of praise This book is a great read with enough twists and turns to suit anyone I highly recommend this book to all your readers. A grisly murder in suburbia and the evidence mounts quite quickly against an innocent man The story plays out with additional lines of enquiry leading toandsuspects and motives It baffled me by the time I was half way through the book and I like to be baffled what s the point of a mystery that s predictable Gradually things became clearer with the author pacing the story well and although by the end I had half guessed the answer I felt the time spent in reading was rewarded and A grisly murder in suburbia and the evidence mounts quite quickly against an innocent man The story plays out with additional lines of enquiry leading toandsuspects and motives It baffled me by the time I was half way through the book and I like to be baffled what s the point of a mystery that s predictable Gradually things became clearer with the author pacing the story well and although by the end I had half guessed the answer I felt the time spent in reading was rewarded and I don t always think that If anyone has other author suggestion in a similar vein then I d welcome them This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The characters are well portrayed, individual and consistent throughout The story flows very well and is entertaining enough to grip the reader The violent scenes are all written from the victim s point of view, experiential without being gratuitous and very cleverly done in my opinion.Overall I really enjoyed this book, but there were one or two negative points I identified the perpetrator too early in the book and would like to have been kept guessing a little longer Also the ending seemed The characters are well portrayed, individual and consistent throughout The story flows very well and is entertaining enough to grip the reader The violent scenes are all written from the victim s point of view, experiential without being gratuitous and very cleverly done in my opinion.Overall I really enjoyed this book, but there were one or two negative points I identified the perpetrator too early in the book and would like to have been kept guessing a little longer Also the ending seemed rather abrupt I don t want to spoil the story for anyone who hasn t read it, so I will just say that the last few pages could have included muchsuspense, intrigue and, perhaps, action Still, I shouldn t look a gift horse in the mouth This was a free download for Kindle and I enjoyed it enough that I will be looking forby Katherine John Any one who watches the British mysteries on American PBS will enjoy this series It gets a bit wordy towards the last few chapters And, you can figure out the bad guys but it is worth the time to read Trevor Joseph and his team investigates the murder of a suburban house wife, who no one liked and a nosy neighbor who records the activity on the street Inspector Joseph has a whole bunch of suspects and a whole lot of information but no evidence Not surprising who did it and why but loved how Any one who watches the British mysteries on American PBS will enjoy this series It gets a bit wordy towards the last few chapters And, you can figure out the bad guys but it is worth the time to read Trevor Joseph and his team investigates the murder of a suburban house wife, who no one liked and a nosy neighbor who records the activity on the street Inspector Joseph has a whole bunch of suspects and a whole lot of information but no evidence Not surprising who did it and why but loved how the author weaved the ending