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Even the Dead A uirke NovelA suspicious death a pregnant woman suddenly Dead A eBook #180 gone missing uirke's latest case leads him inexorably toward the dark machinations of an old foePerhaps uirke has been down among the dead too long Lately the Irish pathologist has suffered hallucinations and blackouts and he fears the cause is a brain tumor A specialist diagnoses an old head injury caused by a savage beating all that's needed the doctor declares is an extended rest But uirke ever intent on finding his place am. 35 StarsThe setting is 1950's Dublin and Pathologist Dr uirke and Police Inspector Hackett join forces to investigate the death of a young man The man was found in his crashed car in Phoenix park with the car well alight It was thought to be a suicide initially until uirke found evidence to the contrary uirke's daughter becomes involved when the man's pregnant girlfriend asks for her help declaring that she's in extreme danger and in fear of her life Who would want this young man dead and why This was an interesting investigation with great atmosphere and I loved the relationship between uirke and Hackett with the gentle respect that they had for each otherThank you to Netgalley and the publisher for my free copy

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Ebe asks her father for help and uirke the Dead A eBook #8608 in turn seeks the assistance of his old friend Inspector Hackett Before long the two men find themselves untangling a twisted string of events that takes them deep into a shadowy world where one of the city's most powerful men uses the cover of politics and religion to make obscene profits Even the Dead Benjamin Black's seventh novel featuring the endlessly fascinating uirke is a story of surpassing intensity and surprising beau. An ordinary unhappinessThe discordant and downright peculiar Griffinuirke family take what I presume is their final bow Notwithstanding the disparaging comments of the author on the whole crime genre as well as viewing the mediocre television series I confess that I have derived much pleasure from reading this series of novels I have enjoyed the spot on depiction of 1950s Irish society and Dublin in particular – a culture that is even today not entirely gone I like the melancholy of the novels the darkness of atmosphere the extremes of privilege and entitlement and poverty and despairAs for plot – well the plot of this one is neither better nor worse than the earlier books The usual themes are very much in evidence corrupt and stifling church corrupt and stifling state nasty villains acting on behalf of or established in the seats of power A young civil servant is found dead in his car; uirke suspects murder; his girlfriend disappears; uirke and Hackett and Phoebe investigate; the usual suspects raise their heads – there is nothing very surprising hereBut for once there are positive outcomes And these lead me to acknowledge an elegiac tone to the novel There is a real air of loose ends being tied up of closure there is a facilitating psychiatrist there for uirke of an end to these proceedings An old villain from previous novels gets his desserts but whether he receives justice is a uestion to exercise the moral consciences of uirke and Hackett for some time to come

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READ & DOWNLOAD ó Even the Dead A uirke Novel ¾ [PDF / Epub] ★ Even the Dead A uirke Novel By Benjamin Black – A suspicious death a pregnant woman suddenly gone missing uirke's latest case leads him inexorably toward the dark machinations of an old foePerhaps uirke has been down among the dead too long LatelOng the living is not about Even the PDFEPUB or to retireOne night during a June heat wave a car crashes into a tree in central Dublin and bursts into flames The police assume the driver's death was either an accident or a suicide but uirke's examination of the body leads him to believe otherwise Then his daughter Phoebe gets a mysterious visit from an acuaintance the woman who admits to being pregnant says she fears for her life though she won't say why When the woman later disappears Pho. I find it hard to rate and review this latest entry in the uirke series I liked it well enough but there isn't much of a mystery going on here The suspicious death of a young man who crashes his car into a tree never really develops into anything surprising and it rather takes a backseat to a focus on the personal lives of the characters This is not a bad thing per se as I like the characters in this series a lot and found the developments in their lives compelling However I wish there had been a bit focus on making the young man's death something than just a connection to an earlier series entry The writing is solid as always with BlackBanville I'd give it 35 stars but the lack of focus on the mystery aspect keeps it from getting bumped to 4 Recommended for fans of the series just don't expect much in the way of a mystery