THE TOP 10 BESTSELLER A rip roaring thriller thoroughly enjoyable Mail on Sunday A masterly plot twister Sunday HeraldTHE GIRL IN THE LAKEIn 1989, a killer dumped the body of twenty year old Lucie Martin into a picturesque lake in the West of France Fourteen years later, during a summer heatwave, a drought exposed her remains.THE MAN ON THE CASENo one was ever convicted of her murder But now, forensic expert Enzo Macleod is reviewing this stone cold case the toughest of those he has been challenged to solve.THE SKELETON IN THE CLOSETYet when Enzo finds a flaw in the original evidence surrounding Lucie s murder, he opens a Pandora s box that not only raises old ghosts but endangers his entire family....
|Title||:||Cast Iron: Enzo Macleod 6 (The Enzo Files) (English Edition)|
|Publisher||:||riverrun 12 Januar 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||381 Pages|
|File Size||:||773 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Cast Iron: Enzo Macleod 6 (The Enzo Files) (English Edition) Reviews
Intelligenter Krimi, etliche Fragen, die in den vergangenen Bänden offen geblieben waren, werden überraschend und spannend beantwortet. Handlungsstränge wieder aufgegriffen und verknüpft und ein akzeptables Happy End ohne Kitsch. Wer kann das schon- außer Peter May? Auch sprachlich überaus befriedigend. Ein absoluter Hit.
Ideal holiday reading! Takes your mind of anything else around you ... Peter May at his best! Already looking forward to the next page-turner
The long awaited ending to Peter May's 'Enzo Files' series! I purchased the earlier books in this series several years ago and waited patiently to find out who-done-it while Peter gave us a number of other satisfying mysteries such as the Lewis Trilogy and Coffin Road. All the while, I thought I knew who the ultimate culprit would be in this series and I formulated my own theory for why he did it. Turns out I was dead wrong! No one but Peter May could have wrapped up this series with such heart-pounding action, plot twists and a satisfying conclusion. If you are tempted to purchase this book, please do yourself a favor and begin at the beginning of the series with Extraordinary People. Now that I have read Cast Iron, I plan to go back to the beginning myself and take that wild ride all over again. Thanks, Peter, for another great mystery!
Oh My! If this is the end of the Enzo Investigations series, it finished strong. Enzo is back investigating a cold case murder, this time of Lucie whose body was found in a lake when the water level dropped due to prolonged drought. This book is the best in a very fine series, but do not read it if you have not read the previous volumes in the series. You will not understand it or know the significance of events. The continuing characters are all back in this volume and their back stories are crucial to the plot and impact of this story. The continuing characters are a strength of the series and I was glad to have them back in full force. Enzo is an interesting character as a Scotsman who has lived in France for 25 years. He is a specialist in forensic science and teaches at a university near Cahors. The premise of the series is that Enzo made a bet that he could use his knowledge of modern forensic science to solve the cold case murders in a book written by Raffin, a journalist. A lot has happened to Enzo and the continuing characters over the course of the series. These books are all fairly fast paced thrillers. In this book, even more than the others, there comes a point where it would be impossible to stop reading. Female characters have been weak link in the series, but that is not as true in this book. I cannot tell more of the plot or it would spoil everything that leads up to the climax. These are not books that will change the world or your life, but they are entertaining and this volume was terrific. This series is one that we pre-order and compete to see who gets to read it first like the books by Martin Walker, Mark Pryor, Paul Doiron, Elly Griffiths, and a few others. The entertainment value justifies the purchase price. We will be sorry if this is the end of the series.
This is the last of Peter May's Enzo Macleod investigationsand I consider it the most satisfying of the five book series. It continues with known characters from prior books and an equally compelling murder investigation but brings an appealing closure to the story of the recurring characters' narratives as well as Macleod's current and final? case. All of May's novels are rich and compelling reads and are finally being made available by American publishers so we no longer must buy them from the UK or Europe. May has proven to be one of my favorite and most satisfying authors and I highly recommend his standalone novels as well as his multiple series which can be read as standalone stories as well.
I have enjoyed every book in this series as well as many of Peter May’s other novels. I think what I enjoy the most is the fact that you actually can make an educated guess at the outcome without detracting from the suspense of the plot. I would recommend this book and The Enzo Series to anyone who enjoys a god, complicated plot. The only bad thing I could say is that I hated to see it end.
This is by far the best of the SW France novels by Peter May. I assume he wrote these as an adjunct to his life there. The first three were dreadful, the last two better. His Lewis Trilogy (plus one) is wonderful, and I fully recommend it. May is a talented writer, and the occasional lapses are well worth it.