A traitor to memory

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When Gideon Davies, a 28-year-old virtuoso violinist, finds himself center stage and unable to play, his tortured search for his music--and for the truth behind the appalling event that shaped his life--will lead him to the very heart of love's darkest manifestations.

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Oberon46

Sep 1, 2011

You will never guess

As is typical of Elizabeth George, you are totally surprised by the twists and turns of her stories, and the eventual denoument. She weaves multiple stories of the characters, assuring that you have an indepth feel for each person, their history, passions, and frailties. I am hooked on her books and have them all.

dogfancyblue

Apr 24, 2007

Detective Lynley Mystery

Elizabeth George is back with another Lynley mystery and I found it as well done and exciting as her former works. These mysteries are creative and obviously researched
to the best of her ability.
This work kept me guessing to the end, I read as a reader then go back as a writer and analyze. Excellent characterization, she puts Lynley and Havers in situations that are
exasperating to Lynley, and Havers finds his lifestyle above her and disgusting.
My compassion was with Eugenie, driven away from the son of her life and trying to get in touch with him.
Of course Katia Wolf is a strong character and one is able to wonder if she really did do
the killing of the child. The ending is as it should be.

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