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Download A Meditation on Murder Doc ☆ 358 pages Ù Gwairsoft Ç ❥ [KINDLE] ❂ A Meditation on Murder By Robert Thorogood ➢ – Gwairsoft.co.uk Aslan Kennedy has an idyllic life Leader of a Spiritual Retreat for wealthy holidaymakers on one of the Caribbean's most unspoilt islands Saint Nly five other people one of whom has already confessed to the murder Detective Inspector Richard Poole is hot bothered and fed up with talking to witnesses who'd rather discuss his 'aura' than their whereabouts at the time of the murder But he also knows that th In our there is a TV series we watched from day one as it kinda sounded too good to be true An English Policeman get sent to a Caribbean Island to solve the murder of the chief detective and he gets kinda stuck there and he somewhat like a fish out of the water except this policeman is deadly afraid of water It is a comedy mystery and always an ending in which the detective and his staff gather all suspects around and explains the murder and who did it Very Agatha Christie actually This is one tv show that I actually advise anybody even if we have by bow arrived at the third English detective in Saint Marie and of the original crew only Dwayne and the Chief of Police remainThis book takes us back to the beginning when DI Richard Poole has been on the tropical island for close to a year and has some issues with a small green lizard sharing his beachfront property watch the show for the wit in that description At an hotel a guru like figure gets lethally stabbed in a closed room with only 5 possible suspects and during the story we find out that almost all of them have a very strong reason to see this man dead His second in command Camille Bordey a beautiful woman with the intelligence to match that is always annoyed by her so uintessential English boss who at tropical temperatures still wears his woolen suit and who is so incredibly smart and a fickler for details Then there is the agent Dwayne Myers who is the essential islander that has ways and sources that are perhaps less police style but always deliver the goods And last not least is officer sergeant Fidel Best who is a smart and bright officer that will soon outgrow this little police force but at this time is still learning form the talents of his co workers Selwyn Patterson the commissioner who kinda wheeled and dealed the talents of DI Poole to his tropical paradise as lead investigator does play no real role in this book but he is always around somewhere This odd group of talents always get underestimated but at the end of the case anybody still doubting their talents has probably not paid attentionThis story is about a locked room mystery and the solution is in the details It brings us the characters that have woed the many viewers around the world and this time they stay somewhat langer than 50 minutes around for you to enjoy themA great celebration of the original show as written by the original creator of the show with charcters he thought of first Weel worth your time reading have you not seen the show yet go and watch it first and after you have fallen in love with them read the book and the next two I know I want toWelcome to Saint Marie and enjoy paradise

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E facts of the case don't uite stack up In fact he's convinced that the person who's just confessed to the murder is the one person who couldn’t have done it Determined to track down the real killer DI Poole is soon on the trail and no stone will be left unturn ★★★★½✩ Absolutely love this BBC series on TV so of course I had to get the book Loved it Robert Thorogood is the screenwriter for the series and he continues to bring the characters alive here in this first installment

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A Meditation on MurderAslan Kennedy has an idyllic life Leader of a Spiritual Retreat for wealthy holidaymakers on one of the Caribbean's most unspoilt islands Saint Marie Until he's murdered that is The case seems open and shut when Aslan was killed he was inside a locked room with o I have always enjoyed watching the BBC series Death in Paradise particularly the early series with Ben Miller as DI Richard Poole so was uite thrilled when I received a review copy of A Meditation on Murder – the first novel by its creator Robert Thorogood It is a standalone Richard Poole story with all the familiar characters and from the series and it is a read which I really really enjoyedRichard is instantly recognisable – he is the same stuffy stick in the mud that we already know Anyone else would be rejoicing about being able to work on this tropical island paradise but not Richard He hates everything about it – especially the heat – and dreams of returning to Croydon He still wears his trademark dark woollen suit every day – because that is what Detective Inspectors wear He is just totally at odds with the laid back attitude of the islanders especially his colleaguesHis sidekick Camille is also well drawn She is good at her job and despite the fact that she finds Richard’s ways exasperating – she likes him and is always on hand when he overheats in that suit She tries her best but no way is he going to ditch that suit I love the way that she treats Richard especially when he gives an order and she wants to do something else – she goes along with his wishes so far – then just does what she wanted to do anyway Their camaraderie is good – they have a rapport with each other and there is chemistry but I am glad that the author resisted any impulse for them to get together – In a lot of ways Richard and Camille would make a wonderful couple – but it should never actually happenThe story itself is a traditional “locked room” whodunit and when local hotelier Aslan Kennedy is found murdered inside a locked room it seems an open and shut case – only five other people were in that room and one has confessed after all But Richard follows his instincts and through a mixture of old fashioned detective work and inspiration reveals a story that goes back 20 years and which proves that any of the people in that room could in fact be guilty We follow the island detective team in this well paced story as it moves forward to a classic “Agatha Christie ish” showdown finale wherein Richard and his team confront all the usual suspects with Richard going through them one by one outlining why he thinks each person could have done it but why he thinks they are innocent – until he gets to the guilty partyIt is a story which really kept my attention – with its twists and turns and red herrings which meant that I was convinced at times that nearly all the suspects were guilty There is no sex no violence no bad language in this story which would appeal to any fans of Agatha Christie who I am sure must have been a huge influence for the author A thoroughly enjoyable read