In the Kingdom of Mists review ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB

Jane Jakeman Ï 3 download

While Claude Monet paints the Kingdom of MOBI #238 wintry mists over the Thames the bodies of two young women are dragged from its murky depths arousing fears of. An interesting mix of Victorian murder mystery and a visit by Claud Monet to London The inclusion of the actual pictures he was meant to be painting at the time was a nice touch I can understand the passion of the artist a bit better but not sure whether I appreciate the impressionate product any The actual murderer could have been built up as I felt he was a bit flat and much of the plot was left vague Finally a pet hate of mine is when the detective whom I liked in this casebecomes part of the crime though there was a twist at the end this time

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In the Kingdom of Mists

An eye on the visiting French artist  All the while neither man knows that the source the Kingdom of PDF #200 of the horror stalks the floor above M Monet's suit. This book lost me completely I got a hundred pages in and gave up I tried to keep going but I just kept drifting off I couldn t see the point of the Monets involvement with regards to the murder investigation and none of the characters made me want to keep reading

review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Jane Jakeman

A return of Jack the Ripper  Craston In the PDFEPUBa green diplomat at the Foreign Office is unwillingly drawn into the police investigation and ordered to keep. This is a well constructed book It starts with Claude Monet as he paints the Thames from the Savoy Hotel We seem to go into his painting to see beneath the impressions in paint to London of 1900 into the grimy industrial fog that creates such beautiful color on canvas and hides cruelty and betrayal Above his room is a make shift military hospital where a serial killer lurks


10 thoughts on “In the Kingdom of Mists

  1. says:

    The pacing was great much of the plot was intriguing and the story was told well from several points of view I will say that muchHowever can we please stop with the “man horribly abused by parents grows up to inflict sickening crimes against women” story line? PLEASE? I know it happens But as a mystery trope I have ju

  2. says:

    This book started off very slowly but got to be uite interesting once I got into it It takes place in London during the time when Claude Monet is there painting his bridge scenes Actually that was my biggest complaint about the boo

  3. says:

    An interesting mix of Victorian murder mystery and a visit by Claud Monet to London The inclusion of the actual pictures he was meant to be painting at the time was a nice touch I can understand the passion of the artist a bit better but not sure whether I appreciate the impressionate product any The actual mu

  4. says:

    I like this book The Victorian setting the description of the characters and all the historical side notes eg the Boer Wa

  5. says:

    This is a well constructed book It starts with Claude Monet as he paints the Thames from the Savoy Hotel We seem to go in

  6. says:

    This sounded much promising than it turned out to be The beginning was so slow but the story did pick up momentum by the end I was curiously to find out the conclusion and also just to be finished reading

  7. says:

    This book lost me completely I got a hundred pages in and gave up I tried to keep going but I just kept drifting off I couldn't see the point of the Monets' involvement with regards to the murder investigation and none of the chara

  8. says:

    Decent historical mystery set in London at the turn of the 20th century featuring a diplomat at the foreign office and Monet Oh and a bit of

  9. says:

    I could not finish this book It really difficult to get into Maybe I will try again

  10. says:

    A really unusual book part history part thriller and part murder mystery kept me hooked from the beginning to the end but was a little too graphic in places

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