[PDF / Epub] ☄ Until the Night (John Cardinal and Lise Delorme Mystery, #6) ✓ Giles Blunt – Plummovies.info

[PDF / Epub] ☄ Until the Night (John Cardinal and Lise Delorme Mystery, #6)  ✓ Giles Blunt – Plummovies.info First let me say that this is one of those books for which I wish half ratings existed 5 stars maybe a bit high, however 4 stars feels too low.What a great entry in to the Cardinal series this book is It just maybe my second favourite Others have identified the main plot points so I won t do that, however this is the book where the relationship of the two main characters starts to change, while at the same time the reader is treated to a great mystery What happens when good people do bad thi First let me say that this is one of those books for which I wish half ratings existed 5 stars maybe a bit high, however 4 stars feels too low.What a great entry in to the Cardinal series this book is It just maybe my second favourite Others have identified the main plot points so I won t do that, however this is the book where the relationship of the two main characters starts to change, while at the same time the reader is treated to a great mystery What happens when good people Book 6, in the John Cardinal seriesI agree with those saying this series is getting better with each book it is of no surprise that with this latest Mr Blunt won the Arthur Ellis Awards for best crime novel in 2013 Congratulations Mr Blunt Until the Night is a dark and convoluted mystery beautifully written with exceptionally solid characters This is a must read for fans of this series A caution, some may be offended by the crude language and the sex scenes that pepper the chapters The Book 6, in the John Cardinal seriesI agree with those saying this series is getting better with each book it is of no surprise that with this latest Mr Blunt won the Arthur Ellis Awards for best crime novel in 2013 Congratulations Mr Blunt Until the Night is a dark and convoluted mystery beautifully written with exceptionally solid characters This is a must read for fans of this series A caution, some may be offended by the crude language and the sex scenes that pepper the chapters The mystery has two captivating stories cleverly interwoven in the typical Bl It S Not Unusual For John Cardinal To Be Hauled Out Of A Warm Bed On A Cold Night In Algonquin Bay To Investigate A Murder And At First This Dead Body, Sprawled In The Parking Lot Of Motel 17, Looks Pretty Run Of The Mill The Corpse Has A Big Bootprint On His Neck, And The Likely Suspect Is His Lover S Outraged Husband But The Lover Has Gone Missing And Then Delorme, Following A Hunch, Locates Another Missing Woman, A Senator S Wife From Ottawa, Frozen In The Ruins Of An Abandoned Hotel Way Back In The Woods Spookily, She Was Chained Up And Abandoned Wearing A New Winter Parka And Boots, With A Thermos Beside Her As If Her Murderer Was Giving Her A Whisper Of A Chance At Survival.Neither Delorme Nor Cardinal Can Imagine Where Their Investigation Will Lead Into A Decades Old Injustice Committed In The High Arctic Into The Swingers World Inhabited By An Ex Rock Star Who Owns A Pub In Algonquin Bay As Well As Private Members Clubs In Toronto And Ottawa Into The Insecurity That Afflicts Delorme The Woman And The Cop And Into The Deep Bond Between Delorme And Cardinal, Which Is At Real Risk Of Coming Undone.In Until The Night, Giles Blunt Outdoes Himself, Creating A Masterpiece Of Crime Fiction That Will Not Only Haunt His Fans And Readers, But Delight And Amaze Them Too. Until the Night marks the sixth and much awaited entry in Giles Blunt s mystery series featuring Detective John Cardinal Until the Night opens with a cryptic entry from something called The Blue Notebook, giving us a brief glance into an Arctic science station The next chapter takes us back tofamiliar territory Algonquin Bay, Ontario 340 miles north of Toronto It is here that John Cardinal lives and works He and counterpart Lise Delorme are called in to investigate what looks to Until the Night marks the sixth and much awaited entry in Giles Blunt s mystery series featuring Detective John Cardinal Until the Night opens with a cryptic entry from something called The Blue Notebook, giving us a brief glance into an Arctic science station The next chapter takes us back tofamiliar territory Algonquin Bay, Ontario 340 miles north of Toronto It is here that John Cardinal lives and works He and counterpart Lise Delorme are called in to investigate what looks to be a domestic murder a husband murdering his wife s lover But the wife is missing too also murdered She is found, dead, but in odd circumstances As is yet another woman And the case leads Cardinal and Delorme down paths they couldn t imagine.As their investigation progresses, so do the entries from The Blue Notebook and we are slowly privy toanddetails.Blunt has done it again an absolutely origi So far the last of the series and possibly the best Two different story lines that at first appear to have nothing in common Beautifully written, meticulously researched Really delves into the main character s feelings I can t believe Blunt is leaving me hanging I love the characters John Cardinal and Lise Delorme I ve read the whole series and loved every book But I didn t like what Blunt did by giving us a peek at Lise s supposedly dark side For one thing, it just doesn t ring true for Delorme And then Blunt sweeps the issue under the carpet and expects me to believe that Cardinal adopts a can t we just move on from here attitude It wasn t convincing, and I don t buy it That was worth 2 stars right there.The 3rd star was for not revealing how Du I love the characters John Cardinal and Lise Delorme I ve read the whole series and loved every book But I didn t like what Blunt did by giving us a peek at Lise s supposedly dark side For one thi Wow Gasping for breath as I galloped to the finisha thrilling read, dark and twisted and based in interesting research.Wonderful tale with a merging of past wrongs and present ones, woven into each other with an overwhelming feeling of cold The locations are Arctic and Northern Ontario, but even considering that, Blunt managed to make me feel cold even on a bright fall day He invests every page with a chill, psychological or physical I love it when a writer can put me so in situ that I act Wow Gasping for breath as I galloped to the finisha thrilling read, dark and twisted and based in interesting research.Wonderful tale with a merging of past wrongs and present ones, woven into each other with an overwhelming feeling of cold The locations are Arctic and Northern Ontario, but even considering that, Blunt managed to make me feel cold even on a bright fall day He invests every page with a chill, psychological or physical I love it when a writer can put me so in situ that I actually feel the weather.Blunt writes dark mysteries There hasn t been a on WOW WOW WOW And I mean it Giles Blunt s John Cardinal series just gets better and better This one is the best so far The use of the two seemingly unrelated stories was quite unique and even when I started to see them coming together I still didn t see the twist that brought them into the one story This book would rate 5 stars except for a few loose ends Such as what happened to Loach and maybe some explanation of how Kit identified those guys at the top of the ridge and at that di WOW WOW WOW And I mean it Giles Blunt s John Cardinal series just gets better and better This one is the best so far The use of the two seemingly unrelated stories was quite unique and even when I started to see them coming together I still didn t see the twist that brought them into the one story This book would rate 5 stars except for a few loose ends Such as what happened to Loach and maybe some explanation of how Kit identified those guys at the top of the ridge and at that distance Probably A Masterful Canadian Mystery that doesn t apologize for the fact John Cardinal discovers a serial murderer with cause The high Arctic background story is magnificent on its own, but when combined with the action in Algonquin Bay, Ottawa, Toronto and point Perhaps my favourite in the series so far I particularly enjoyed the chapters From the Blue Notebook , chronicling a scientist s time at an Arctic research base Slowly, Blunt reveals how this seemingly unrelated journal is relevant to the main story Blu

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