[Reading] ➬ The Sentence is Death ➳ Anthony Horowitz – Raovathaiphong.info

The Sentence is Death Death, Deception, And A Detective With Quite A Lot To Hide Stalk The Pages Of Anthony Horowitz S Brilliant New Murder Mystery, The Second In The Bestselling Series Starring Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne _________________________You Shouldn T Be Here It S Too LateThese, Heard Over The Phone, Were The Last Recorded Words Of Successful Celebrity Divorce Lawyer Richard Pryce, Found Bludgeoned To Death In His Bachelor Pad With A Bottle Of Wine A 1982 Chateau Lafite Worth 3,000, To Be Precise.Odd, Considering He Didn T Drink Why This Bottle And Why Those Words And Why Was A Three Digit Number Painted On The Wall By The Killer And, Most Importantly, Which Of The Man S Many, Many Enemies Did The Deed Baffled, The Police Are Forced To Bring In Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne And His Sidekick, The Author Anthony, Who S Really Getting Rather Good At This Murder Investigation Business.But As Hawthorne Takes On The Case With Characteristic Relish, It Becomes Clear That He, Too, Has Secrets To Hide As Our Reluctant Narrator Becomes Ever Embroiled In The Case, He Realises That These Secrets Must Be Exposed Even At The Risk Of Death _____________________________ Anthony Horowitz Gets Away With Murder In All Sorts Of Ways And Emerges Triumphant THE TIMES, Books Of The Year This Is Crime Fiction As Dazzling Entertainment, Sustained By Writing As Skilfully Light Footed As Fred Astaire SUNDAY TIMES CRIME CLUBSTAR PICK A Crime Story That Keeps You Up Into The Small Hours A Page Turning Mystery METRO One Of The Most Creative Writers In The Country Today JEREMY VINE Huge Fun It S Hard To Know Why Anyone Who Loves A Good Mystery Wouldn T Thoroughly Enjoy The Ride IRISH INDEPENDENT

10 thoughts on “The Sentence is Death

  1. says:

    Yeah, great read This author, I like him Not per definition a crime reader I am, but from Magpie Murders I m kinda hooked on Horowitz Utterly entertaining Witty, clever, easy read whodunnit , though I did not see it all coming 4.3 maybe Loved it Let 3 on private investigator Hawthorne aka Holmes and his assistant Watso...

  2. says:

    Horowitz and Hawthorne are perfection together I can t get enough of this series I love how the author has put himself into the story as the narrator the Watson to Hawthorne s Holmes or as I like to think of them, the Felix Unger to his Oscar Madison Horowitz comes off as honest, sympathetic, earnest and willing to poke fun at himself Hawthorne is decidedly uncharming, brash, p

  3. says:

    My second close encounter with Mr Horowitz was as good as the first one, and I m already looking forward to another one An enjoyable novel with a grand mystery and a bottle of a terribly expensive wine in the background.

  4. says:

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne s sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders.Having the author actively involved in his own book makes for some interesting reading Occasionally I sat back and wondered which bits were fact and which fi

  5. says:

    Keep in mind One lie can ruin a thousand truths.Anthony Horowitz opens the heavy wrought iron gates on another stellar mystery that feels circa 1930 Anthony becomes a key figure in his own novel as he takes on the role of himself Horowitz, you see, is the famed writer of Foyle s War, an on going successful television saga in the UK He s in the middle of filming a crucial scene on the streets

  6. says:

    3.5 starsIn this 2nd book in the DI Daniel Hawthorne mystery series, the consulting detective investigates the murder of a lawyer The book can be read as a standalone Daniel Hawthorne was a Scotland Yard Detective Inspector until he was fired for pushing a child molester down the stairs Still, the Yard sometimes asks Hawthorne who s essentially a modern day Sherlock Holmes to consult on tough case

  7. says:

    Full review hereSentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne The victim had been threatened by a well known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to be hiding things Of course, there are also issues from the past that bubbles up in surface of the case Who visited the victim

  8. says:

    The rehearsal was stressful While attempting to shoot a scene of London Street circa 1947 for an episode of Foyle s War, there were weather issues and the police would not allow filming before 10 AM Adding to film writer Anthony Horowitz s woes, Detective Inspector Daniel Hawthorne drove on set, music blasting Hawthorne told Anthony that high profile divorce lawyer Richard Pryce had been murdered I though y

  9. says:

    In the first book in this series, The Word Is Murder, Horowitz took the unusual step of placing himself in the book as the narrator, melding his real life with this fictional life as a writer engaged to write about PI Daniel Hawthorne s cases This made for delightful and amusing reading as Horowitz stumbles through the case in the wake of Hawthorne s somewhat astute detective work I wasn t sure how well this wo

  10. says:

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz.I have not read the 1st book The Word is Murder nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change I was so impressed and enjoyed reading this book that I had already purchased a couple of the authors other books before finishing it.For me the book had a

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