The Morbid Kitchen

The Morbid Kitchen High ranking policewoman Charmian Daniels wasn t living in Windsor at the time but she had certainly heard of the murder at Miss Bailey s Scbool ten years ago a shockingly brutal crime that left a s

  • Title: The Morbid Kitchen
  • Author: Jennie Melville
  • ISBN: 9780312146818
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Hardcover
  • High ranking policewoman Charmian Daniels wasn t living in Windsor at the time, but she had certainly heard of the murder at Miss Bailey s Scbool ten years ago, a shockingly brutal crime that left a student dead and closed the school forever When Miss Bailey s half sister Emily inherits the abandoned school and decides to sell it, she must first venture into the building High ranking policewoman Charmian Daniels wasn t living in Windsor at the time, but she had certainly heard of the murder at Miss Bailey s Scbool ten years ago, a shockingly brutal crime that left a student dead and closed the school forever When Miss Bailey s half sister Emily inherits the abandoned school and decides to sell it, she must first venture into the building s basement, scene of the gruesome murder Nervous and wary, she turns to her friend Charmian for support Never could either woman guess what lies in store for them beneath the layers of dust and memories proof of a horrible secret, a dark truth hidden by the charming cottages and historic streets of Windsor, one that will force Charmian into the path of a ruthless killer.

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    1 thought on “The Morbid Kitchen”

    1. sometimes trying to fool oneself is . . . impossible. this is why I will never be a reader who reads the last page of a mystery first, because then why bother?having read a review of this book that basically said the plot was wonderful, the characters intriguing, but the regrettable writing and stilted dialogue a tragedy for both premise and protagonist . . I still picked up this book and read it was at least compelling enough to get me to finish the story, but I can do naught but agree with the [...]

    2. this book is subtitled a charmin daniels mystery, which means the main character appears in other works. it takes place in england with lots of interesting characters. the precipitating event is the opening of a basement room which has been sealed for 10 years. a mummified woman's body, and the head of a young girl are found, and the mystery unfolds from there.

    3. To be honest, I haven't read this book although I intended to when I bought it at the Library Book Sale a few years ago. Jennie Melville's books are so violent that they are not as interesting to read as other authors and I've got too many good books on my to-read list.

    4. (4.5 stars) Moody, atmospheric, at times horrifying - the mood here is perfectly conveyed. It's an imperfect novel that leaves threads unexplained, but it's still beautifully done.

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