A Taste for Death by P. D. James (1986-10-12)

  • Title: A Taste for Death by P. D. James (1986-10-12)
  • Author: P. D. James
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    About P. D. James

    1. P. D. James Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Taste for Death by P. D. James (1986-10-12) book, this is one of the most wanted P. D. James author readers around the world.


    1. Je ne suis en vérité pas une lectrice de THRILLERS et si j'aime les films noirs (série B) américains c'est qu'ils sont rondement "ficelés", vous tiennent en haleine90 minutes avec des acteurs de talent (comme Richard Widmark dans "Port de la Drogue" ou Ingrid Bergman etCary Grant dans "les Ensorcelés"). Je vais consacrer mon temps de lecture au roman de Malcolm Lowry (Under the Volcano) que jecommenterai ici-même à l'emplacement qui lui est réservé.C'est une longue émission (admirativ [...]


    2. Always love P.D. James work. I always want a trip to England after reading her stories. A pleasant middle class English woman and a somewhat young male urchin who follows her around discover two dead bodies during an early morning visit to church. Isn't that just so P.D. James-like :-)Of course the story develops with lots of mysterious English characters as the plot unfolds with the constant question of was it a suicide or a murder. Always enjoy Dalgliesh's method of discovery and the peopl [...]


    3. I thought I had read all of PD James' work, but I had missed this one. It's a great story, with wonderful insights into people, how they think, how they became the people they are and what they decide to do when confronted with problems. From the aristocrat and the tramp murdered in the vestry of a run down, not very successful church led by a not very successful minister, this book abounds in great, complex characters who are always more than they appear to be on the surface. I was particula [...]


    4. This was a typical P.D. James novel with Adam Dalgleish in the lead. Determining if the incident was a murder or suicide is tricky since the aristocratic family seem anxious to close out the matter and go on with collecting their inheritances. In her usual style P.D. James never writes one word when she can write a hundred. Her descriptions are long and detailed detracting from the main theme. Even the most minor of characters is described in great detail. Reading her work can be exhaustin [...]


    5. Set in London; enjoy British stories. Somewhat unusual plott predictable. Kept me reading but not page-turning exciting. I would recommend it for mystery lovers. It is also very well writtenrong vocabulary, good sentence structure and length. The author paints lengthy descriptions of settings, using adjectives that allow the reader to "see" the scene with clarity. However, sometimes it is almost too much description, making this reader anxious to get back to the story. All in all, quality novel. [...]


    6. Here is one of the best mysteries I have had the pleasure to read. Though I still have a few remaining works of Ms. James on my list, this book has a resonance that few authors manage to achieve. The characters and the themes blend to create a work that is greater than the sum of its parts. At its heart, this is the story of a man who after achieving everything for which he has sought finds himself curiously unsatisfied with both life and the rewards of his efforts. Accordingly, solving the [...]


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