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Rainbow's End Download â 104 ¾ From the bestselling author of The Old Contemptibles the latest Inspector Richard Jury mystery An intriguing web of murder and mayhem A woman's body is discovered amidst the ancient Roman ruins of Old Sarum the apparent victim of an accidental fall In the Tate Gallery in London an elderly woman keels over from a supposed Before their untimely deaths So Jury is off to the States where amidst the turuoise jewelry and cappuccinos he searches for and finds an astonishing web of jealousy and murder With its clever plotting delicious atmosphere and a cast of wonderfully eccentric characters Rainbow's End will satisfy all of Martha Grimes' many existing fans and bring her many new one. I've been a fan of Martha Grimes for a long time When she wrote her book The Horse You Rode In On I went to that bar for a book signing since it is in Balti That book was in both Balti and England This book one that I missed since it was published in 1995 is set in Santa Fe and England When three women are murdered at different times Inspector Macalvie sees a connection Inspector Richard Jury is not convinced at first but agrees to go to Santa Fe where one of the women an American named Angela Hope who was an accomplished jeweler working in silver and turuoise has her shop and a home about 15 miles away Jury meets several of her friends and acuaintances including her cousin a pharmacist who freely admits to disliking her as well as her mysterious sister Mary Dark Hope who is 13 going on 25 Jury also asks his friend Melrose Plant to look for Jenny the woman he is yearning after who is also a missing witness He also asks Melrose to find a young woman who was there when one of the women died in the Tate Gallery That she is currently seeing Gabe a wannabe artist she is actually much better than he is and friend of the famous Cripps family allows Melrose to have several conversations with White Ellie Cripps if you can call them conversations This is one strange family that includes a man who routinely exposes himself as well as a family that reminds you of Dickens There is also a brief interlude as Melrose finds himself attracted to Miss Fludd but nothing comes of that in this book This is typical Martha Grimes If you are looking for a straight forward mystery this isn't it If you delight in uirky people and an author who isn't afraid to show her education this is perfect However I suggest you start at the very beginning and read them in order starting with the Man With A Load Of Mischief Hint all of her Inspector Jury books have an inn or pub as the subject

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From the bestselling author of The Old Contemptibles the latest Inspector Richard Jury mystery An intriguing web of murder and mayhem A woman's body is discovered amidst the ancient Roman ruins of Old Sarum the apparent victim of an accidental fall In the Tate Gallery in London an elderly woman keels over from a supposed heart attack while studying a painting A. Now I remember why i stopped reading this series The murder mysteryies only seemed to tie the vignettes together loosely I felt like I never uite had a grasp on what was going on and that the main characters didn't either While the Crippses are interesting in a sticky loud sure am glad they aren't my neighbors sort of way the rest of the people well honestly they haven't moved on much in the ten years that have passed Plant is still wandering about not settling down His aunt is still mooching off him Racer hasn't been bumped upstairs and Jury seems to be in some fugue state Honestly was the story supposed to be about his efforts to stop smoking I can't believe Jury'd fly across the ocean to look into a death that may or may not be tied in to two other deaths that may or may not have been murder Like the middle book in a trilogy this one felt like it was very slowly advancing things that might eventually happen but I'm not sure I'm willing to continue reading to find out

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Rainbow's EndT Exeter Cathedral a third woman is found dead from natural causes But in Martha Grimes' bestselling novels and in the world inhabited by Scotland Yard Superintendent Richard Jury there are no natural causes Is there a link between these three women Of course And Jury is the one who sorts it out The link is Santa Fe New Mexico which all three women had visited. After the body of a young American girl is found in the ruins of Old Sarum Chief Superintendent Richard Jury finds himself drawn into an investigation which leads him to Santa Fe The author gives us great descriptions of both the British and American locales as well as compelling and engagingly drawn characters The plot is a bit thincontrived and the subtle implicit romantic triangles between Jury and his buddy Melrose Plant seem gratuitous and certainly irrelevant