Innocent Blood by Baroness P. D. James (2006-01-05)

Innocent Blood by Baroness P D James

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  • Author: Baroness P. D. James
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    1. sympa pour des personnes qui comme moi ne maitrisent pas tout fait l anglais, le syst me de traduction dans la marge m a donn envie de lire un livre en anglais a mind to murder de PD James

    2. Il y a longtemps que je n avais pas lu de roman de P.D.James celui ci m a paru bien compliqu ,difficile suivre beaucoup de personnages suivre j ai t plut t d ue.

    3. Id al pour continuer de lire, sans avoir les yeux qui change souvent de page pour voir la traduction Un oeil sur le texte, l autre qui lit la traduction des mots difficiles mais aussi tournure de phrases ou simplement explique le contexte Je suis un faux d butant, mais contrairement au livre bilingue sur double page, j ai l impression de lire vraiment en VO Vivement d autres titres.

    4. Here s the story I was in a dusty , well worn bookstore that some would call shabby Some of the shelves had a sleeping cat on them , some of the book spines had cat hair The owner let us look about and left us alone and offered no suggestions This was not rude it was my kind of store He recognized kindred spirits who loved browsing and disliked suggestions for bestsellers The place was quiet A man I call The Professor recommended this book.He was looking though perilous stacks again, I took the [...]

    5. Adam Dalgleish, the favorite detective of so many readers, tackles another case when he goes on holiday to visit his aunt Jane on the coast Jane s circle of friends, with whom Adam is already acquainted, is a peculiar nest of busy bodies who mind everyone s business When one of them Maurice turns up dead in a drifting dinghy, Adam cautiously takes an interest in the investigation, careful not to offend the local inspector, whose name is Reckless Odd name, but whatever I liked this book than som [...]

    6. P D James is a writer who gives detective fiction a good name Whenever I read a Patrick O Brien or P.D James novel, I learn new words James can describe a scene or delineate a character with precision and depth, like no other writer I have read, Unnatural Causes is no exception it is beautifully written, carefully plotted, and surprising in its ending If you are not already an Adam Dalgleish fan, I urge you to become one He is a high ranking police detective from Scotland Yard who also writes po [...]

    7. This book starts off well, with lots of atmosphere and a grisly murder with five likely suspects But an unnecessary second murder, and the killer s confession, sloppily replace what should be a rewarding intellectual exercise Not equal to the author s better books Shroud For A Nightingale for example Also, in this book Dalgleish, an otherwise admirable protagonist, pretends to be undecided about marrying his girlfriend After such an introduction, I can t sympathize with him.

    8. If, like me, you re a fan of PD James and missed this one, you ll probably want to add it to your collection The crime takes place in his Aunt Jane s village while Inspector Dalgleish is there on vacation He plans to spend quiet time reflecting on whether or not to propose to his lady friend He fears giving up his solitude and free time, in which he writes poetry.The suspects, several authors and a literary critic, still use typewriters and carbons, some older readers may feel nostalgic Most of [...]

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