The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2)

Best The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) 241 Review☆ Elly Griffiths
  • The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2)
  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • Elly Griffiths
  • English
  • 28 June 2018
  • 9780358418610

About the Author: Elly Griffiths

Best The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) 241 Review☆ Elly Griffiths Elly Griffiths' Ruth Galloway novels take for their inspiration Elly's husband, who gave up a city job to train as an archaeologist, and her aunt who lives on the Norfolk coast and who filled her niece's head with the myths and legends of that area Elly has two children and lives near Brighton Though not her first novel, The Crossing Places is her first crime novel.


☆ E8E89528DE12C9F2E7CD â ☆ Elly Griffiths Best Ø The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) 24FFF99F240B9D246B91 Murder leaps off the page when crime novelists begin to turn up dead in this intricate new novel by internationally bestselling auth leaps off the page when crime novelists begin to turn up dead in this intricate new novel by internationally bestselling author Elly Griffiths, a literary mystery perfect for fans of Anthony Horowitz and Agatha ChristieThe death of a ninetyyearold woman with a heart condition should not be suspicious Detective Sergeant Harbinder Kaur certainly sees nothing out of the ordinary when Peggy’s caretaker, Natalka, begins to recount Peggy Smith’s passing But Natalka had a reason to ☆ Elly Griffiths Best Ø The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) be at the police station: while clearing out Peggy’s flat, she noticed an unusual number of crime novels, all dedicated to Peggy And each psychological thriller included a mysterious postscript: PS: for PS When a gunman breaks into the flat to steal a book and its author is found dead shortly thereafter—Detective Kaur begins to think that perhaps there is no such thing as an unsuspicious death after all And then things escalate: from an Aberdeen literary festival to the streets of Edinburgh, writers are being targeted DS Kaur embarks on a road trip across Europe and reckons with how exactly authors can think up such realistic crimes The Postscript Murders by Elly Griffiths The Postscript Murders gives us a cozy murder mystery, in the style of Agatha Christie No in your face blood and guts, just a 90 year old woman who is such an expert on how to kill people that authors use her as their murder consultant But when Peggy dies, one of her caretakers, Natalka, gets suspicious for a number of reasons Natalka had seen Peggy that morning and she was just fine, so Natalka, Benedict, the local coffee shack guy, and Edwin, Peggy's 80 year old neighbor, start brainstorming things they've found and become amateur murder sleuths, to the annoyance of DS Harbinder Kaur, who is the official investigator on the case Peggy's death does seem suspicious, especially when an intrude Murder leaps off the page when crime novelists begin to turn up dead in this intricate new novel by internationally bestselling author Elly Griffiths, a literary mystery perfect for fans of Anthony Horowitz and Agatha Christie

The death of a ninetyyearold woman with a heart condition should not be suspicious Detective Sergeant Harbinder Kaur certainly sees nothing out of the ordinary when Peggy’s caretaker, Natalka, begins to recount Peggy Smith’s passing

But Natalka had a reason to be at the police station: while clearing out Peggy’s flat, she noticed an unusual number of crime novels, all dedicated to Peggy And each psychological thriller included a mysterious postscript: PS: for PS When a gunman breaks into the flat to steal a book and its author is found dead shortly thereafter—Detective Kaur begins to think that perhaps there is no such thing as an unsuspicious death after all

And then things escalate: from an Aberdeen literary festival to the streets of Edinburgh, writers are being targeted DS Kaur embarks on a road trip across Europe and reckons with how exactly authors can think up such realistic crimes ”She didn’t get all that knowledge from her husband I think she got it from books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) .
”“You’re right You can travel the world in books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) .
”“The postcript murders” was so much fun! After a couple of disappointments on my recent reads I knew this was gonna be a winner for me from page one Murder mystery set in the literary world eclectic and charming cast of characters = 5 ⭐️ In this second instalment in the DS Harbinder Kaur series, our favorite Sikh gay detective makes a come back with a trio of amateur detectives that were a complete delight There’s Natalka, an Ukrainian refugee working as a carer and cryptocurrency genius Benedict, an exmonk turned barista suffering a case of Detective Fever And Edwin, a 80 yo gay TV producer They were all very well drawn out and were instantly likable Also I find DS Kaur ch 4.
5 stars“If I’m ever killed, my TBR pile will be the murder weapon.
” The Postscript Murders is a tautly written murder mystery centered around the death of a 90yearold woman who happens to have been a murder consultant When Peggy Smith, a 90yearold woman, is found dead, no one believes foul play had a role in her death….
that is no one but her Ukrainian carer, Natalka Upon the discovery that Peggy served as a murder consultant, thinking up unique ways for characters to die, for popular and critically acclaimed authors, Natalka teams up with Edwin, an 80yearold “ancient TV producer, and Benedict an “exmonkturnedcoffeeshop owner” to investigate Peggy’s death Detective Harbinder Kaur is brought into the fold Investigating Peggy’s death changes the lives of this motley and eccentric group of armchair detectives It also makes an impact on Harbinder’s life T The Postscript Murders by Elly Griffiths The Postscript Murders gives us a cozy murder mystery, in the style of Agatha Christie No in your face blood and guts, just a 90 year old woman who is such an expert on how to kill people that authors use her as their murder consultant But when Peggy dies, one of her caretakers, Natalka, gets suspicious for a number of reasons Natalka had seen Peggy that morning and she was just fine, so Natalka, Benedict, the local coffee shack guy, and Edwin, Peggy's 80 year old neighbor, start brainstorming things they've found and become amateur murder sleuths, to the annoyance of DS Harbinder Kaur, who is the official investigator on the case Peggy's death does seem suspicious, especially when an intrude Elly Griffiths's sequel to The Stranger Diaries featuring the gay, Sikh DS Harbinder Kaur, in her thirties, yet still living with her parents, is a rather different affair, but a winner nevertheless with murder and mayhem set in the world of a crime writers community, literary agents, murder consultants and publishers In Shoreham by the Sea, a West Sussex coastal town, 90 year old Peggy Smith sits by her window, observing the world outside, making notes in her investigation book, such as the appearance of two suspicious men in a car outside When Ukrainian care worker, Natalka Kolsnyk finds Peggy dead in her chair by the window, it seems a straightforward natural death of an elderly woman However, a number of strange oddities make Natalka wonder if it coul Elly Griffiths's sequel to The Stranger Diaries featuring the gay, Sikh DS Harbinder Kaur, in her thirties, yet still living with her parents, is a rather different affair, but a winner nevertheless with murder and mayhem set in the world of a crime writers community, literary agents, murder consultants and publishers In Shoreham by the Sea, a West Sussex coastal town, 90 year old Peggy Smith sits by her window, observing the world outside, making notes in her investigation book, such as the appearance of two suspicious men in a car outside When Ukrainian care worker, Natalka Kolsnyk finds Peggy dead in her chair by the window, it seems a straightforward natural death of an elderly woman However, a number of strange oddities make Natalka wonder if it coul The second book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) in the Harbinder Kaur series and it is an absolute delight!The Postscript Murders is a murder mystery but it tends strongly towards cosy with several of the characters acting as amateur detectives and getting themselves into all kinds of difficulties Luckily the police are involved and do actually maintain control of the investigations most of the time This is a book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) about books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) and their authors, publishers and literary agents There are also retired wartime spies spending their time creating new ways for book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) characters to die, Ukrainian refugees out for revenge and an aged care nurse working the bitcoin market in her free time All good fun and written so nicely it never becomes too over the top.
Elly Griffiths has a light touch in this book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) There is plenty of humour, especially from Harbinder herself She has her own wo Well this was definitely a surprise of a book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) coming from this author! I read The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) and loved “The Stranger Diaries” and some of her Ruth Galloway books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) I think those books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) had a“sinister”, heavier feel to them Who has ever heard of a “murder consultant”?? Well in this book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) you will hear all about Peggy, a lovely woman who was considered just that She helped authors find unique ways of “killing off their characters” and she was well known among murder mystery writers The book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) opens with her Ukranian caregiver, Natalka, finding Peggy dead at her desk This is where she wrote her “investigations” and observations of the people passing in front of her bay window overlooking the sea Her death was thought to be a heart attack, natural causes She was said to have a known heart condition? Did she?? This starts Ninety year old Peggy Smith observes two men from her window seat at her sheltered accommodation ‘Seaview Court’ in Shoreham, West Sussex Peggy is an astute observer but why do they attract her attention? Shortly after this, Peggy is found dead by her Ukrainian born carer Natalka Maybe her death is no surprise given Peggy’s age but Natalka is uneasy, as is fellow resident and friend, sprightly eighty year old Edwin They discuss their thoughts with mutual friend and coffee shop owner Benedict and decide Natalka should go to the police with their suspicions DS Harbinder Kaur investigates and this takes her from Shoreham to Aberdeen and back again in search of the truth The story is told from several perspectives including Harbinder and this works really well First of all, although Peggy isn’t in in the book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) as Unpopular opinion alert! This was just a 3⭐️ read The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) for me! I loved “The Stranger Diaries”the story within the book, the suspense, the hint of the SupernaturalSo, I was excited to receive approval to read The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) an ARC of “The Postscript Murders”! The death of 90 year old, Peggy Smith, reveals that she has been a “Murder Consultant” for several bestselling crime fiction authors! Her name appears in dedications and the acknowledgement pages of several books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) apparently she was great at plotting and dreaming up new ways to murder someone! P.
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S for PSI wanted to hear about how Peggy collaborated with the authors and brainstormed with them! I wanted to hear her ideas, and to get to know HER Peggy could have been one of those characters that we never forget! THAT is the book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) that I wanted to read! But, alas, we didn’t get to spend time with Peggy ß The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) ß This new series from Elly Griffiths featuring DS Harbinder Kaur, a thirty six year old gay Sikh woman still living with her parents, is shaping up to be very enjoyable More cosy crime than police procedural, it has a lighter feel than her excellent Elly Griffiths series with a good infusion of humour In this second episode, the mystery is kicked off with the unexpected death of ninety year old, Peggy Smith, a woman with an interesting past and a self proclaimed Murder Consulatant who helps authors with plots for their murder mysteries Her friends, pensioner Edwin, carer Natalka and cafe owner Benedict all become involved in solving the mystery of her death, much to Harbinder's amusement and despair The ama book The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) 2 in the Harbinder Kaur series published 2020.
This, I imagine, is what is referred to as a cosy mystery and not a genre that I would normally gravitate towards But much to my surprise, and pleasure, I found it to be a highly entertaining and enjoyable read.
What made it so entertaining was the eclectic cast of characters, the evolving mystery and the subtle but ever present humour.
The characters include.
1 DS Harbinder Kaur, a female detective in a male dominated work place She is also gay; a Sikh and in her mid thirties is still lives with her mum and dad.
2 The beautiful and mysterious Natalka, a refugee from The Ukraine now living in England and working as carer for the aged As luck would have it she is also a maths wizard.
3 Bernie, who until recently lived a cloistered life as a monk but know is the barista in his own coffee shop Ber ”She didn’t get all that knowledge from her husband I think she got it from books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) .
”“You’re right You can travel the world in books The Postscript Murders (Harbinder Kaur #2) .
”“The postcript murders” was so much fun! After a couple of disappointments on my recent reads I knew this was gonna be a winner for me from page one Murder mystery set in the literary world eclectic and charming cast of characters = 5 ⭐️ In this second instalment in the DS Harbinder Kaur series, our favorite Sikh gay detective makes a come back with a trio of amateur detectives that were a complete delight There’s Natalka, an Ukrainian refugee working as a carer and cryptocurrency genius Benedict, an exmonk turned barista suffering a case of Detective Fever And Edwin, a 80 yo gay TV producer They were all very well drawn out and were instantly likable Also I find DS Kaur ch

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