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The Ring of Death (Monika Paniatowski, #2) ✽ The Ring of Death (Monika Paniatowski, #2) kindle Epub ❁ Author Sally Spencer – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The second in a new series featuring DCI Monika Paniatowski Nothing 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 The second in a new series featuring DCI Monika Paniatowski Nothing 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 The Ring PDF/EPUB or 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.


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

  1. ☺Trish ☺Trish says:

    A disturbingly gruesome police procedural yet also a perceptive study of human nature filled with in depth characterizations I just wish of the characters were a little less flawed and a lot likeable 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 the victims or their advocates in law enforcement you've got to believe that the victims had to have been pretty darn despicable Overall rather depressing


  2. Barbara Barbara 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 endThe 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 really interesting Not politically correct by any means Interesting how times change This was not written that long ago but written in the sensibilities of the times We were not as evolved then or were we just real? In any event this is jarring in a way Not used to such derogatory terms for nationalities as well as the prejudice against women in positions of authority and power I'm really drawn into this series despite some misgivings the derogatory terms and the blatant prejudice against women I find I have to go on to read I really like and admire the lead character a Pole like me


  3. Shannon Noonan Shannon Noonan says:

    The story is good and the characters are interesting The writing style is difficult though The characters’ thought are put in uotation marks as though they were part of the dialogue so you have to reads carefully to differentiate between what they’re saying out loud and what they’re just thinking Sometimes it is also hard to determine if they are simply thinking of doing an action or actually doing that action Will have to see if this style bothers me enough to make me discontinue reading the rest of the series


  4. Mrs Mary Curd Mrs Mary Curd says:

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


  5. Susan Susan 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


  6. Anna Anna 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 oneI 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 suad Monika Paniatowski is flawed but unfortunately not likeable and just sounds whiny and resentfulI was originally drawn to these books after seeing a main character with a Polish name in a Brit novel as well as a woman pioneer taking the lead in a male dominated field It's not really enough to keep my interest


  7. Lynn Lynn says:

    This is one uick 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 uite buy who done it No spoilers but seems a bit far fetched Good characters overall and a nice developing core of associates


  8. Marilyn Shea Marilyn Shea 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


  9. Jovdb Jovdb says:

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


  10. Lynette Rambousek Lynette Rambousek says:

    I don't typically read mysteries however found this one kept my attention Enjoyed Monica a women performing in a mans world


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

  1. ☺Trish ☺Trish says:

    A disturbingly gruesome police procedural yet also a perceptive study of human nature filled with in depth characterizations I just wish of the characters were a little less flawed and a lot likeable 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 the victims or their advocates in law enforcement you've got to believe that the victims had to have been pretty darn despicable Overall rather depressing

  2. Barbara Barbara 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 endThe 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 really interesting Not politically correct by any means Interesting how times change This was not written that long ago but written in the sensibilities of the times We were not as evolved then or were we just real? In any event this is jarring in a way Not used to such derogatory terms for nationalities as well as the prejudice against women in positions of authority and power I'm really drawn into this series despite some misgivings the derogatory terms and the blatant prejudice against women I find I have to go on to read I really like and admire the lead character a Pole like me

  3. Shannon Noonan Shannon Noonan says:

    The story is good and the characters are interesting The writing style is difficult though The characters’ thought are put in uotation marks as though they were part of the dialogue so you have to reads carefully to differentiate between what they’re saying out loud and what they’re just thinking Sometimes it is also hard to determine if they are simply thinking of doing an action or actually doing that action Will have to see if this style bothers me enough to make me discontinue reading the rest of the series

  4. Mrs Mary Curd Mrs Mary Curd says:

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

  5. Susan Susan 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

  6. Anna Anna 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 oneI 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 suad Monika Paniatowski is flawed but unfortunately not likeable and just sounds whiny and resentfulI was originally drawn to these books after seeing a main character with a Polish name in a Brit novel as well as a woman pioneer taking the lead in a male dominated field It's not really enough to keep my interest

  7. Lynn Lynn says:

    This is one uick 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 uite buy who done it No spoilers but seems a bit far fetched Good characters overall and a nice developing core of associates

  8. Marilyn Shea Marilyn Shea 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

  9. Jovdb Jovdb says:

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

  10. Lynette Rambousek Lynette Rambousek says:

    I don't typically read mysteries however found this one kept my attention Enjoyed Monica a women performing in a mans world

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