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Did anyone else find everything Michael said while he was in the coffin to be the exact opposite of what a normal person would have said? The conversations with Davey mainly. It was obviously his friends Scooby Doo I agree, instead of asking "Who is this? When Vic goes to "rescue" Michael from the coffin does he find Davey also looking for him and kill him? Scooby Doo This was one of many minor plot points that weren't adequately answered for me in the story.
See all 5 questions about Dead Simple…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Hurry up, must read!!!!!!!!!!! View 2 comments. View all 4 comments. Dec 07, Phrynne rated it really liked it Shelves: Looks like I am committing myself to yet another good series! I enjoyed spending time with Detective Superintendant Grace and will be happy to find out more about him.
I liked spending time in Brighton and Hove too which is where my grandparents used to live and where I visited often as a child. Some of the book was gruesome and the chapters about being buried alive were the stuff of nightmares! However there was lots of realistic and interesting police work and some great characters who I assum Looks like I am committing myself to yet another good series!
However there was lots of realistic and interesting police work and some great characters who I assume the author will expand upon as the series progresses. This book starts out nice and steadily, gathers momentum in the middle and then races to a conclusion. Very enjoyable and I am glad I have 2 on my shelf ready: Aug 29, Simon Taylor rated it it was ok. The first case for Detective Superintendent Roy Grace was a relatively unique thriller in the way it was presented.
The basic storyline is thus: From the outset, we are told that his best man knows where he is but is keeping silent, effectively allowing him to die. The book follows the story through the victim, the would-be murderer and the detective.
Michael Harrison may or may not survive his coffin ordeal, and unlike many whodunnits that start with a body, we suffer with the victim through what could be his final days. The villains of the piece are a little underdeveloped. And Detective Superintendent Grace, the star of the show and of this new series? A down-to-earth and likeable character who has a dry sense of humour and strong sense of conviction. The disappearance of his wife ten years ago looks set to be a theme which will continue through the series, and one particularly pertinent to this case, even if dealt with a little inconsistently.
He keeps her toothbrush and dressing gown in situ in case she returns, but also goes on two dates in the course of the book. Is this the realisation of his own inner conflict, or just poor writing? As a standalone book, Grace would have been forgettable. I was also slightly annoyed by silly mistakes — quotation marks opening again in the middle of speech, at one point not closing, elsewhere missing out an apostrophe.
Basic errors and editor should have spotted. Elsewhere, swearing was used too gratuitously and the sex scenes were perhaps more graphic than necessary. The plot moves quickly and the chapters are short, giving great readability. Some of the twists are far fetched, and Grace appears thick as a brick. And instead of proper police work or following up on these leads, the man seems lead by hunches. And then… Spoiler warning Normally, I keep my review strictly spoiler free, but on this occasion I feel compelled to make an exception.
Forgetting all else, the case starts and ends as a missing person investigation. The thrust, the purpose, is to find the missing person. A reasonably written book with a great ending would have been a respectable 4 out of 5. An ending in keeping with the writing, a healthy 3. I accept police forces may use mediums at times, and it was reportedly used in the search for Madeline McCann. But readers of detective books want to see their stars solve mysteries by detection, not by some bloke humming over cufflinks.
Any detective story could end that way. The spirits tell me the butler did it, Poirot. View all 7 comments. That was a twisty, nail biter! This book kept me guessing and on edge the entire time. I will be on the lookout for the next in the series. The only reason I even knew about or read this book was because I happened across a review by a random person on Goodreads who said "For heavens sake, read it" that intrigued me, so I did and really enjoyed it!
Love finding books I never would have heard about! View all 6 comments. What a roller coaster ride! Once this story got up that first hill of the coaster it never really let up.
A good thriller with an engaging detective and also a very good police procedural. There were twists and turns throughout. Can't wait to read the next book in the series. The beginning of this book is the creepiest I have ever run across. Anxious to play a prank on their soon-to-be-married friend Michael Harrison, known for his pranks, four of his friends get him drunk and passed out, then bury him in a coffin with only a tube for air, a porn magazine and a walkie-talkie.
Then they drive off and are T-boned by a concrete truck. All are killed. The tow truck driver's retarded son or should I say mentally challenged , finds the walkie-talkie in the grass where it The beginning of this book is the creepiest I have ever run across.
The tow truck driver's retarded son or should I say mentally challenged , finds the walkie-talkie in the grass where it had been thrown by the accident, talks to Michael, but then drops it and thinks he has broken the unit. Now he's afraid to tell anyone about what he found.
Michael's realization that he is buried and that no one is answering his increasing frantic calls on the walkie-talkie will give you nightmares, or at least it would, if you're susceptible to that sort of thing.
Superintendent Roy Grace is charged with finding the missing man who disappeared just three days before he was to be married. Michael's friend and business partner we soon learn has it in for Michael and Ashley's Michael's intended is startled to learn that the business had considerable funds in a Cayman Islands account. Or is she? Spoiler police, please note: These really aren't spoilers as we learn the details from several points of view early in the book.
The scenes of Michael growing increasingly frantic in his coffin are really frightening. Some interesting twists kept things moving along nicely. Jun 16, Petra rated it it was ok.
Definitely a gruesome premise: The chapters told from inside the coffin are claustrophobic and terrifying. This book seems written to be a movie. Lots of descriptions of the rooms, scenes, clothing, actions. At first, one pays attention Wie kann ich dir denn deine Liebestaten Im Werk erstatten? My senses cannot conceive with what to compare Thy compassion; how, then, may I repay Thy deeds of love with any deeds of mine?
Evangelist Jesus antwortete: No. To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into this world, that I should bear witness unto the truth.
Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice. Evangelist Pilate saith unto him, Pilate What is truth? Evangelist And when he had said this, he went out again unto the Jews, and saith unto them, Pilate I find in him no fault at all.
But ye have a custom, that I should release unto you one at the passover: will ye therefore that I release unto you the King of the Jews? Evangelist Then cried they all again, saying, Nr. Then Pilate therefore took Jesus, and scourged him. Many a sweet fruit thou canst thus from his sorrow pluck, Therefore look on him evermore.
Evangelist Also ging Jesus heraus, und trug eine Dornenkrone und Purpurkleid. Und er sprach zu ihnen: Pilatus Sehet, welch ein Mensch! Evangelist Da ihn die Hohenpriester und die Diener sahen, schrieen sie und sprachen: No. Pilate therefore went forth again, and saith unto them, Pilate Behold, I bring him forth to you, that ye may know that I find no fault in him.
Evangelist Then came Jesus forth, wearing the crown of thorns, and the purple robe. And Pilate saith unto them, Pilate Behold the man! Evangelist When the chief priests therefore and officers saw him, they cried out, saying, Nr. Evangelist The Jews answered him, Nr. Evangelist Aber Jesus gab ihm keine Antwort. Da sprach Pilatus zu ihm: Pilatus Redest du nicht mit mir?
Weissest du nicht, dass ich Macht habe, dich zu kreuzigen, und Macht habe, dich loszugeben? Evangelist But Jesus gave him no answer. Then saith Pilate unto him, Pilate Speakest thou not unto me? Knowest thou not that I have power to crucify thee, and have power to release thee? Jesus Thou couldest have no power at all against me, except it were given thee from above: therefore he that delivered me unto thee hath the greater sin.
Evangelist And from thenceforth Pilate sought to release him. Evangelist Sie schrieen aber: No. And it was the preparation of the Passover, and about the sixth hour, and he saith unto the Jews, Pilate Behold your King!
Evangelist But they cried out, Nr. Evangelist Die Hohenpriester antworteten: No. Evangelist The chief priests answered, Nr. And they took Jesus, and led him away.
And he bearing his cross went forth into a place called the place of a skull, which is called in the Hebrew Golgotha. Da capo Take to wings of faith, fly — Whither?
Jesum aber mitten inne. And Pilate wrote a title, and put it on the cross. Then said the chief priests of the Jews to Pilate. Appear to me in that likeness as comfort to my need, how Thou, Lord Christ, so meek and mild, hast bled Thyself to death.
Da sprachen sie untereinander: No. They said therefore among themselves, Nr. Solches taten die Kriegsknechte. These things therefore the soldiers did. Mary the wife of Cleophas, and Mary Magdalene.
When Jesus therefore saw his mother, and the disciple standing by, whom he loved, he saith unto his mother, Jesus Woman, behold thy son! Evangelist Then saith he to the disciple, Jesus Behold thy mother! Oh, mankind, exercise righteousness, love both God and man, then die free from pain, and grieve not! After this, Jesus knowing that all things were now accomplished, that the scripture might be fulfilled, saith, Jesus I thirst.
Da nun Jesus den Essig genommen hatte, sprach er. Jesus Es ist vollbracht! When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, Jesus It is finished. Es ist vollbracht! Oh, consolation for all hurt souls; that night of mourning approaches its final hour.
The Hero from Judah hath triumphed in strength, and ends the struggle.
It is finished! Bin ich vom Sterben frei gemacht? Kann ich durch deine Pein und Sterben Das Himmelreich ererben? Du kannst vor Schmerzen zwar nichts sagen, Doch neigest du das Haupt Und sprichst stillschweigend: ja.
O du lieber Herre! Gib mir nur, was du verdient, Mehr ich nicht begehre. May I, through Thy suffering and death, inherit heaven?
Hath salvation come for all the world? Chorus Jesu, Thou who wert dead, now livest for ever; in my last agony nowhere will I turn but to Thee who hast redeemed me. O my beloved Lord! Give me only that which Thou hast won; more I do not desire. The veil is torn asunder, the rock crumbleth, the earth trembleth, the tombs burst open, because they behold the creator grow cold: what wilt thou do for thy part?
Tell the misery to the world and to the heavens, thy Jesus is dead! Da kamen die Kriegsknechte und brachen dem ersten die Beine und dem andern, der mit ihm gekreuziget war. Und abermals spricht eine andere Schrift: Sie werden sehen, in welchen sie gestochen haben. site Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. site Drive Cloud storage from site. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Sell on site Start a Selling Account. siteGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
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