Gone to Her Death

Gone to Her Death Another top notch police procedural PUBLISHERS WEEKLYWhen Diana Hamlyn s bludgeoned body is found on the playing field at the English school where her husband is deputy headmaster detecting duo Inspe

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  • Title: Gone to Her Death
  • Author: Jill McGown
  • ISBN: 9780449219669
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Another top notch police procedural PUBLISHERS WEEKLYWhen Diana Hamlyn s bludgeoned body is found on the playing field at the English school where her husband is deputy headmaster, detecting duo Inspecter Lloyd and Detective Judy Hill find a classroom full of suspects, including her grieving husband, his motley colleagues, and even the vice hiding head master Unfortunat Another top notch police procedural PUBLISHERS WEEKLYWhen Diana Hamlyn s bludgeoned body is found on the playing field at the English school where her husband is deputy headmaster, detecting duo Inspecter Lloyd and Detective Judy Hill find a classroom full of suspects, including her grieving husband, his motley colleagues, and even the vice hiding head master Unfortunately, this fatal episode is not to be quickly resolved until one small, sinister clue clicks into place.

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    1. Similar to the other Jill McGown I read, I appreciated the critical, problematical approach to the gender order, while loathing all the male characters, even the ones who are supposed to be likeable. Thankfully I think men in real life are not all as awful as the ones in the book (even Lloyd for goodness sakes who is a co-protagonist).I liked the way Judy is calm and intelligent, reflexive and learns from her interactions. I hate how she feels indebted to Michael and Lloyd and how Caroline feels [...]

    2. What can I say? I became hooked on the detective duo of Lloyd and Hill in author Jill McGown's first installment in this series and only find myself growing more fond of them through each subsequent story in the series.Expect a straight forward detective story, devoid of the often gory details that accompany some such tales. McGown concentrates instead on the investigation and the characters themselves, both Lloyd and Hill and the potential suspects they encounter.

    3. Rereading the Lloyd and Hill series. McGown was really hitting her stride by book 3. Interesting characters and insight into detective work.

    4. Death of the duputy headmaster's wife on the night of the Sesquicentennial Ball at a minor-league boys' public school brings together the investigataive team of Inspector Lloyd and Judy Hill. Dianna Hamlyn's body has been found on the shcool's playing field, done in by a golf club. Lots of red herrings, but we finally find out the head boy, Matthew Cawston, did it when Dianna refused to have sex with him. He had been watching her have sex with almost anyone else. Her reputation as going after ju [...]

    5. Not my favorite of this series but still a good read. Taking place in a boarding school, Lloyd and Hill are investigating the murder of a teacher's rather free-wheeling wife. Almost everyone is a suspect and the character development is well done. Toward the conclusion, the story gets a little cluttered with "where were you" and "what were you wearing" cluesbut the final solution is satisfactory. And the private life of Lloyd and Hill moves forward romantically without getting in the way of the [...]

    6. Chief Inspector Lloyd and Sergeant Judy Hill come together to solve the rape and murder of the deputy head master's wife at a second-rate English public school during a ball. What happens when there is a long list of suspects and the murder weapon from years ago turns up missing? I have to say that I have trouble following police procedurals sometimes; although it was well-written and I did like it.This is the third book of Scottish author Jill McGown's Lloyd and Hill Series. Also known as Death [...]

    7. This third Lloyd and Hill mystery, Gone to Her Death, is about the murder of the wife of the assistant headmaster at a third-rate (and bucking for fourth) public school. Any of the staff might be the murderer and while Hill investigates a string of petty thefts, Lloyd turns the spotlight on one person after another in a vain attempt to figure out what has been going on. Until finally light dawns and the most unlikely of murderers is identified. This book is the third in the series and is called [...]

    8. This story centres around a death at the St. Valentines Day Ball at a small failing boys school populated with the kind of oddball staff who make mystery novels fun. The book is full of interesting relationships from those among the staff to that between Judy Hill, her boss Lloyd and her husband Michael which portrays the way that people manipulate one another especially well. An interesting series, I'm glad I have plenty more to read.

    9. This got two stars because the plot was interesting. I found the two main characters uninteresting. Their personal lives were of no interest to me and to be honest once they started arguing with each other I skipped over those conversations as they added nothing to the book. The idea that his name is so horrible no one knows what it is justsmacks of imitation al la Morse and Columbo.

    10. This was a neat little English mystery. I enjoyed it except for the last couple of pages where the author got up on her soapbox about what animals men are and no woman is ever safe. The story is definitely written from a feminist point of view; The male characters are all shown in a very poor light and the women in a very positive one. But the story itself hangs together pretty well.

    11. Several things about this book I liked: characters were fun, main character correcting everyone's grammar (always appreciated), and a mystery that I didn't figure out until the end! However, I had some issues with the POV switching mid-paragraph between characters. It took quite a bit of getting used tod I'm not sure I actually ever did get used to it.

    12. I discovered this author as a Kobo recommendation and I am hooked. Interesting continuing characters in Lloyd and Hill and well formed, complex players in each of the three titles I've read. Following the twist and turns as they deal with evidence tampering and false testimony in Gone to Her Death (which I read as Death of a Dancer) provided a most satisfying read.

    13. I enjoy this series; have read several, not necessarily in order. Lloyd and Hill are good characters, often complementing each other. The plot is involved, but not confusing. It is an English police procedural that was published in 1989 but doesn't really seem dated, depending on human investigation and deduction rather than technical devices. Glad I have more of these to read.

    14. Lloyd and Hill are a police couple with both similarities and differences to Deborah Crombie's Kincaid and James. They are not based in London, for one thing. This fine series sadly came to an end with McGown's death a few years ago. In this book, Lloyd and Hill investigate the rape and murder of a teacher's wife.

    15. Could have done without the romance novel type descriptions of one character's fantasy world. Otherwise a good English whodunnit with memorable characters and good plotting.

    16. Reasonably good. Along the same lines as the previous book with some advancement of the relationship between the two main characters.

    17. I am enjoying this series and the author has a wonderful way of drawing you in to the characters and their obsessions. well done.

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