A Killing of Angels (Alice Quentin #2)

A Killing of Angels (Alice Quentin #2) Epub A Killing Of Angels Alice Quentin 2 Kate Rhodes Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk The First Death Looked Like A Suicide But Someone Had Tucked A Picture Of An Angel And A Handful Of White Feathers Into The Banker S Pocket Before Pushing Him In Front Of A Tube A Killer Is Stalking The Square Mile, An Avenging Angel Intent On Punishment But Why These Victims What Were Their Sins Psychologist Alice Quentin Swore She D Never Get Involved With Police Work Again Her Duty Is To The Living, Not The Dead But She Owes Detective Don Burns A Favour, And When He Comes Begging For Help, How Can She Refuse In Order To Find The Murderer, Alice And Don Must Dig Deep Into The Toxic Heart Of The City A Place Where Money Means Than Life, And No One Can Be Counted Innocent.

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • A Killing of Angels (Alice Quentin #2)
  • Kate Rhodes
  • English
  • 09 March 2017
  • 144473878X

10 thoughts on “A Killing of Angels (Alice Quentin #2)

  1. says:

    This is a 3.5 star book rounded up I liked the setting, many familiar places from my times in London with my husband and our family I liked the angel angle Loss of stars for therapist going back to work too soon, and doing too much, she is a danger to herself and her clients It was what I think of as the idjeet factor , writer creates intelligent, strong character, then has her do idiotic dangerous things for sake of plot Not organic, full of artificial motivations circumstance This is a 3.5 star book rounded up I liked the setting, many familiar places from my times in London with my husband and our family I liked the angel angle Loss of stars for therapist going back to w...

  2. says:

    This will be the last Quentin book I will bother to read which is too bad as the author has great plots Her characterizations are two dimensional and her main character is basically a nitwit She has a crazy drug addicted brother who she constantly enables She has a carping, frigid mother who spends her time constantly criticizing and blaming everything the Quentin does So instead of dealing with this she forces herself every two weeks to meet with her mother so that she can get blamed for ev This will be the last Quentin book I will bother to read which is too bad as the author has great plots Her characterizations are two dimensional and her main c...

  3. says:

    I like the novel but it felt at times to beabout the main character than the actual crime itself.She the character does get a little angst y at times and that distracts me from the flow of the plot.I would have liked it if there was actuallyexposition of the crime and less interior monologue.

  4. says:

    It was lovely to find a contemporary crime author who is simply a fine writer at the end of last year, and it wasn t too long after finishing he first novel, Crossbones Yard, that I ordered this, her second.The opening scene is perfectly executed.A man is waiting for his train home on the London Underground The platform is crowded, and he is pleased that he is at the front of the crowd, that he will be one of the first to board the next train He can t react when he feels a hand near his pocket It was lovely to find a contemporary crime author who is simply a fine writer at the end of last year, and it wasn t too long after finishing he first novel, Crossbones Yard, that I ordered this, her second.The opening scene is perfectly executed.A man is waiting for his train home on the London Underground The platform is crowded, and he is pleased that he is at the front of the crowd, that he will be one of the first to board the next train He can t react when he feels a hand near his pocket, but he is pleased that he had the wisdom to keep his wallet in his inside pocket, leaving nothing for the pickpocket to find But then he is pushed, hard, from behind and he falls onto the line, in the path of an oncoming train.It might have been assumed to be suicide, or a horrible action, but the man survives, horribly mutilated, for long enough to say that he was pushed And a postcard, reproducing a painting of and angel, and se...

  5. says:

    A half decent story set in a really quite bad book.The story was engaging enough to make me read to the end, but it did end up being a bit skimmy.Positives setting up an unusual MO for the crime, and creating a connection, whilst slightly misleading us on the core motive.The main protagonist, Alice, seems quite real and well fleshed out most of the time.Negatives Alice has a medical degree and works as a psychologist but doesn t seem to understand the difference between psychologist and psyc A half decent story set in a really quite bad book.The story was engaging enough to make me read to the end, but it did end up being a bit skimmy.Positives setting up an unusual MO for the crime, and creating a connection, whilst slightly misleading us on the core motive.The main protagonist, Alice, seems quite real and well fleshed out most of the time.Negatives Alice has a medical degree and works as a psychologist but doesn t seem to understand the difference between psychologist and psychiatrist As I wrote in my review of Crossbones Yard...

  6. says:

    A Killing of Angels is the second book in the Alice Quentin series but I have previously read the others in the series You can see my review for the latest in the series, A River of Souls on the 18th June This is a now a must read series for me, and one that I very highly recommend In A River of Souls a killer is stalking the Square Mile, killing bankers and leaving behind a mysterious calling card, becoming known as the Avenging Angel Alice s expertise is called upon by the police to help t A Killing of Angels is the second book in the Alice Quentin series but I have previously read the others in the series You can see my review fo...

  7. says:

    Alice Quentin, a psychologist, is back in A Killing of Angels, the second book in this series, the first being Crossbones Yard.In the middle of a stifling summer in London a banker from Angel Bank is killed, and with his body is found a white feather and a picture of an angel Detective Inspector Don Burns, now in a new position following his previous case, calls on Alice for assistance in profiling the killer as he fears the perpetrator is not going to stop at one killing he is right Alice is Alice Quentin, a psychologist, is back in A Killing of Angels, the second book in this series, the first being Crossbones Yard.In the middle of a stifling summer in London a banker from Angel Bank is killed, and with his body is found a white feather and a picture of an angel Detective Inspector Don Burns, now in a new position following his previous case, calls on Alice for assistance in profiling the killer as he fears the perpetrator is not going to stop at one killing he is right Alice is reluctant what happened previously had put her off working with the police, but Don Burns is persuasive, and she relents.This book is firmly rooted in the banking crisis where money meansthan life The pictures of angels also introduces the reader to renaissance art, the juxtaposition of biblical angels withmodern aspects of the media is exceptionally well executed which just adds a feeling of reality to the complexity of the plot Kate Rhodes handles the pace of the book with...

  8. says:

    A Killing of Angels is the second book in the Alice Quentin series from Kate Rhodes, stupidly I missed the first, that being Crossbones Yard but that is an error I shall rectify shortly.In this instalment, Alice, a psychologist, is once again asked by the police to consult on the case of a killer this killer is targeting banking executives from a very particular bank As Alice sorts out the truth from the lies she may well place herself in very real danger Even though I had not met Alice in her A Killing of Angels is the second book in the Alice Quentin series from Kate Rhodes, stupidly I missed the first, that being Crossbones Yard but that is an error I shall rectify shortly.In this instalment, Alice, a psychologist, is once again asked by the police to consult on the case of a killer this killer is targeting banking executives from a very particular bank As Alice sorts out the truth from the lies she may well place herself in very real danger Even though I had not met Alice in her previous incarnation I grew fond of her really quickly it certainly caused me no issues whatsoever that I had missed the first novel in the series there are mentions in this story to give me enough information without actually giving anything away that would spoil it So I quickly settled into this intriguing crime mystery.Alice is a great protagonist to follow flawlessly flawed is how I would like to describe her her life may ...

  9. says:

    The first death looked like a suicide But someone had tucked a picture of an angel and a handful of white feathers into the banker s pocket before pushing him in front of a Tube A killer is stalking the Square Mile, an avenging angel intent on punishment But why these victims What were their sins Psychologist Alice Quentin swore she d never get involved with police work again Her duty is to the living, not the dead But she owes detective Don Burns a favour, and when he comes begging for The first death looked like a suicide But someone had tucked a picture of an angel and a handful of white feathers into the banker s pocket before pushing him in front of a Tube A killer is stalking the Square Mile, an avenging angel intent on punishment But why these victims What were their sins Psychologist Alice Quentin swore she d never get involved with police work again Her duty is to the living, not the dead But she owes detective Don Burns a favour, and when he comes begging for help, how can she refuse In order to find the murderer, Alice and Don must dig deep into the toxic heart of the City A pla...

  10. says:

    Book 2 in the Alice Quentin series At the height of a summer heatwave, a killer stalks the City of London.The avenging angel leaves behind a scattering of feathers with each bodyPsychologist Alice Quentinfinds herself deep in the toxic heart of the Square Mile a place where money meansthan life, and no one can be counted innocent Having enjoyed Crossbones Yard I was eagerly looking forward to book 2 in the series and it didn t disappoint Alice has already become one of my favour Book 2 in the Alice Quentin series At the height of a summer heatwave, a killer stalks the City of London.The avenging angel leaves behind a scattering of feathers with each bodyPsychologist Alice Quentinfinds herself deep in the toxic heart of the Square Mile a place where money meansthan life, and no one can be counted innocent Having enjoyed Crossbones Yard I was eagerly looking forward to book 2 in the series and it didn t disappoint Alice has already become one of my favourite crime series characters and her professional and personal intrigues are as interesting as the crime investigations she s involved with She really is a breath of fresh air amid the crowds of damaged detectives that populate much of the crime fiction world.There are some brutal murders in this book and the descriptions are memorable The prologue especially conjured an image that will stay with me for some time.As often happens I m finding i...

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