The Yeare's Midnight

The Yeare s Midnight An international sports star is found murdered her face mutilated in a bizarre ritualistic manner What is the significance of the poetic text the killer has left at the crime scene Why did he surgica

  • Title: The Yeare's Midnight
  • Author: Ed O'Connor
  • ISBN: 9780786710287
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An international sports star is found murdered her face mutilated in a bizarre, ritualistic manner What is the significance of the poetic text the killer has left at the crime scene Why did he surgically remove the victim s left eye And can a Cambridge lecturer help the police reconstruct the killer s fantasy in time to save her own life As Inspector John Underwood andAn international sports star is found murdered her face mutilated in a bizarre, ritualistic manner What is the significance of the poetic text the killer has left at the crime scene Why did he surgically remove the victim s left eye And can a Cambridge lecturer help the police reconstruct the killer s fantasy in time to save her own life As Inspector John Underwood and his team work frantically to piece together the last hours of Olympic athlete Lucy Harrington, events take an unexpected turn Harrington s murderer contacts English literature lecturer Heather Stussmann and invites her to explain his actions to the police But another murder will take place before Stussmann finds the key to understanding the killer s terrifying motive, which lies buried in the works of a poet who has been dead for nearly four hundred years In The Yeare s Midnight, author Ed O Connor has created a villain with an intellect as cunning as it is monstrous Donne s cerebral poems, such as The Feaver and The First Anniversary, are ingeniously transmogrified into a thriller that melds metaphysics and mortality.

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    1. Anyone studying 17th century metaphysical poetry would benefit from reading this whodunnit, as John Donne's conceit is the central motif.

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