In The Hissing of the Lonely Room the musical tonalities of the writing harmonize with the moody themes of the story.
In The Hissing of the Lonely Room the musical tonalities of the writing harmonize with the moody themes of the story. The Camden Town detective finds himself investigating a case heavy with sudden death and intrigue and innumerable twists and turns.
First of all, I love Kennedy as a character. And yet, it was impossible for me to enjoy this book
First of all, I love Kennedy as a character. And yet, it was impossible for me to enjoy this book.
The Hissing of the Silent Lonely Room (The Christy Kennedy Mysteries Book 5). Paul Charles.
In the tenth book of the acclaimed DI Christy Kennedy series, a successful investment banker is found dead under unusual circumstances. While it looks like the case of an auto-erotic escapade gone wrong, Kennedy has other suspicions. After working through a battery of interviews, and uncovering a potential political scandal, Kennedy follows the trail to California. Kennedy’s long time love has gone for good, which leaves the inspector in a contemplative mood. The Hissing of the Silent Lonely Room (The Christy Kennedy Mysteries Book 5).
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. The History of Love.
The Hissing of the Silent Lonely Room (2001). Paul Charles grew up in Magherafelt, a small town close to the precise midpoint of Ulster. Charles was the booking agent at the time for a number of Chiswick acts including the Count Bishops and the Hammersmith Gorillas. I've Heard the Banshee Sing (2002). Justice Factory (2004). By 1976 he was perfectly placed at the epicentre of an emerging youth culture: punk rock. We'd been working with the legendary Ted Carroll at Chiswick Records, a great man, a great music man, he didn't hear punk, he didn't hear anything other than music.
The Fifth Detective Inspector Christy Kennedy Mystery When a woman's crumpled body is discovered in a gas-filled flat in the Primrose Hill area of. .Used availability for Paul Charles's The Hissing of the Silent Lonely Room.
The Fifth Detective Inspector Christy Kennedy Mystery When a woman's crumpled body is discovered in a gas-filled flat in the Primrose Hill area of north London, it looks like just another suicide. But Detective Inspector Christy Kennedy isn't so sure, especially when the dead woman is revealed as famous American singer-songwriter, Esther Bluewood. Kennedy and his regular team of DS James Irvine and DC Anne Coles piece together the life and loves of Esther Bluewood and discover levels of greed, love, jealousy and intrigue that surprise even them.
Miles and years away from this colourful extravaganza is Paul Charles's fifth Inspector Christy Kennedy mystery, The Hissing of the Silent Lonely Room (The Do-Not Press, £. 0), in which the modest Camden Town cop and his team investigate another instance of murder on the fringes. 0), in which the modest Camden Town cop and his team investigate another instance of murder on the fringes of the music industry. With a case that proves both whodunit and howdunit, plus a zest of melancholy love story, this is another quiet winner from a writer who treads in the classic footsteps of Morse and Maigret, and brings his beloved area of north London alive.
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Chapter 1 DETECTIVE INSPECTOR Christy Kennedy was prowling up and down the hallway like a bear with a thorn in his paw. Bear-like, he used the back of his hand to knock on the door of the ground-floor flat. There was a sickly-sweet smell wafting around the hallway, even though the hall door was wide open and the cold winter wind was blowing through.