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Download A Painted Doom: A Wesley Peterson Murder Mystery (The Wesley Peterson Murder Mysteries) eBook
ISBN:
0749937564
Author:
Kate Ellis
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Piatkus Books; New Ed edition (March 1, 2010)
Pages:
336 pages
EPUB book:
1120 kb
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1330 kb
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1126 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
122


Kate Ellis paints a vivid picture of all her characters in her crime books and really keeps you guessing almost to the very end as to who's done it and why a very good author.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Kate Ellis paints a vivid picture of all her characters in her crime books and really keeps you guessing almost to the very end as to who's done it and why a very good author.

Michael Peterson, an owl. Photo: Getty Images. On Friday, Netflix is bringing back one of the most intriguing, bizarre murder cases of the century: the death of Kathleen Peterson. In the very early hours one December morning in 2001, the 48-year-old business executive was found dead in a pool of blood at the bottom of a staircase in her North Carolina home. Her second husband, novelist Michael Peterson, was arrested shortly after his wife’s death, convicted of her murder, and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

A Painted Doom is the 6th book in the Wesley Peterson police procedural series set in the Devon area of England. It has the archeological theme that runs along side of the current mystery as all of the past books in the series do. They do tie together by the end as in past books. A aging rock star is found murdered in a field by a local farmer. When exploring an old barn on the property, a painting call the Doom is discovered up hidden in the hayloft. It is from medieval times. Also, a fifteen A Painted Doom is the 6th book in the Wesley Peterson police procedural series set in the Devon area.

I enjoy Wesley Peterson books. I like the ical aspects. I like the police characters and the English setting.

Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). I enjoy Wesley Peterson books.

She is the author of the Wesley Peterson murder mysteries, as well as the Albert.

Kate Ellis was born and brought up in Liverpool and studied drama in Manchester. She is the author of the Wesley Peterson murder mysteries, as well as the Albert Lincoln trilogy and the Joe Plantagenet mysteries. In 2019 Kate was shortlisted for the CWA Dagger in the Library Award for the second time. She has also twice been shortlisted for CWA Short Story Dagger.

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A victim close to Wesley Peterson himself. When a teenage girl is strangled and left for dead on a lonely country lane, by an attacker she describes has having the head of a dog, the police are baffled. A victim close to Wesley Peterson himself.

Michael Peterson was living the American dream: With a successful writing career, a beautiful family, and a picturesque home in Durham, North Carolina, he and his wife Kathleen seemed to have it al. hen everything changed. In the early morning hours of December 9, 2001, Michael called 911 to report that his wife was unconscious and lying in a pool of blood after possibly falling down "15, 20, I don't know stairs in their home. Michael claimed it was a tragic accident and said that his wife had been drinking and taken some Valium.

Teenager Lewis Hoxworthy discovers a disturbing painting in a medieval barn that excites archaeologist Neil Watson, who is excavating an ancient manor house nearby. When former rock star Jonny Shellmer is found shot in the head in Lewis's father's field and Lewis himself goes missing after contacting a man on the internet, Detective Sergeant Wesley Peterson suddenly faces one of his most intriguing cases yet. Is Jonny's death linked to Lewis's disappearance? And does Jonny's best-known song, "Angel," contain a clue? It soon becomes clear to Neil that the painting—a portrayal of hell and judgment more than half a millennium old—holds the key to the mystery. As events reach a terrifying climax, Wesley has to act swiftly in order to save a young life.

  • Mr_TrOlOlO
This is my second Wesley Peterson novel. I like the protagonist, Peterson. I like that it isn't a one man show. Others in the unit are strong contributors to the crime solving. I have a soft spot for mysteries set in england, anyway. Ellis manages to give us glimpses of each officer's internal dialogue without losing sight of the case at hand. I like the weaving of history with modern cases.
  • Yayrel
Another in the Wesley Peterson series by Kate Ellis, this title continues following the life and work of DI Peterson, his co-workers, family and friends--especially archeologist Neil Watson. The characterization in these books is strong, and Ellis gives us enough of the personal lives of the characters that we are invested in them. All told, a well plotted, well written series.
  • Anicasalar
I love this series of books, and this was another beauty! I have not been disappointed yet. The only trouble is that I am reading them too quickly! Definitely a series to get into if you like a good mystery.
  • Usic
So glad I happened upon Kate Ellis. She is one of my favs and I can depend on her to always deliver.
  • Hap
Hooked on this series. Moving between the past and the present makes the mystery even more interesting.
  • Cherry The Countess
Good book. Kate Ellis continues the story line. .A relaxing read..
  • Vetalol
Good book
Kate Ellis paints a vivid picture of all her characters in her crime books and really keeps you guessing almost to the very end as to who's done it and why a very good author