The Ring of Death (Monika Paniatowski, #2)



The Second In A New Series Featuring DCI Monika PaniatowskiNothing Could Have Prepared DCI Monika Paniatowski For This It S Not That The Man S Throat Has Been Cut, Or That He Is Naked, That Shocks Her It S The Way His Corpse Has Been So Carefully Posed Is The Killer Sending A Message If So, To Who Saddled With A Colleague She Doesn T Trust, And Watched By An Old Enemy, Monika Realises That Whatever The Murderer S Message Is, He Will Not Stop Killing Until She Understands.The Ring of Death (Monika Paniatowski, #2)

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • The Ring of Death (Monika Paniatowski, #2)
  • Sally Spencer
  • English
  • 24 August 2017
  • 0727868683

10 thoughts on “The Ring of Death (Monika Paniatowski, #2)

  1. says:

    Oh my God, Oh my God, Oh my God I should have know what this was ultimately about, but for some reason it totally and completely escaped my consciousness What a blow to finally realize at the end what this was about I almost hated this at the end.The book was very engrossing and very interesting until I finally realized who the murderer was and why he was killing I almost couldn t accept the final conclusion and didn t want to in a way I must say, the time setting of this book is rea Oh my God, Oh my God, Oh my God I should have know what ...

  2. says:

    A disturbingly gruesome police procedural, yet also a perceptive study of human nature, filled with in depth characterizationsI just wishof the characters were a little less flawed and a lotlikeable I would have enjoyed being able to root for someone like I always do with Grimes Inspector Richard Jury or Beaton s Police Constable Hamish MacBeth I m reserving judgment on DCI Monika Paniatowski, for now , but when I ended up siding with the insane murderer instead of with t A disturbingly gruesome police procedural...

  3. says:

    One of the best so far, had no clue right to the last page

  4. says:

    This is the most annoying series I can t stand that the author continually has the characters voicing their thoughts It s very distracting, and often I have to re read the lines to figure out they really didn t say them out loud.

  5. says:

    disappointingThis is the second book in a series which is a continuation of a previous detective series, using a supporting character from that one as its main character Unfortunately, this story is even less compelling than the first one.I think the author is trying to fashion a Jane Tennyson Prime Suspect and portray some of the struggles of a female chief who leads an all male squad Monika Paniatowski is flawed but, unfortunately, not likeable and just sounds whiny and resentful.I was ori disappointingThis is the second book in a series which is a continuation of a previous detective series, using a supporting character from that one as its main character Unfortunately, this story is even less compelling than the first one.I think the author is trying to fashion a Jane Tennyson Prime Suspect and portray ...

  6. says:

    This is one quick read hard to put down I do wish this series was a bit less gory, seems like TMI about some things I prefer less description of crimes I m also not sure I quite buy who done it No spoilers, but seems a bit far fetched Good characters overall, and a nice d...

  7. says:

    Very unusual, that the ending was a surprise I usually can see the end coming from a couple of blocks away This had an image at the end that I found particularly hard to get rid of I suppose that makes it good in some way.

  8. says:

    Sally Spenser brings another Monika Paniatowski novel.I liked Monika when she was Charlie s bag man and her character development as the boss is coming along fine.Some very graphic descriptions in the novel and a sad ending.

  9. says:

    I don t typically read mysteries however, found this one kept my attention Enjoyed Monica, a women, performing in a mans world.

  10. says:

    There was some disturbing events at the end that had I known was part of the book I would not have finished the book.

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