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Some interesting observations about the image above:. I read this in a 17 hour plane flight in my way to a holiday in Cumbria. The setting tells me more about Cumbria than ant tourist guide. It evokes a way of life. By now the main characters are old friends an fairly predictable. The world is contained but varied enough to k I read this in a 17 hour plane flight in my way to a holiday in Cumbria. The world is contained but varied enough to keep the reader interested.
The plot is credible.
I like the characters in this series but there is not nearly enough of DS Jones in this book. I didn't find the plot very interesting.
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I am becoming rather annoyed with the author as the main character has a number of attractive women interested in him, but the author is too coy to tell the reader if anything ever "happens. An easy read with lots of details and twists What I liked about this book was firstly the pace. It was steady, but not at all boring. Even the fishing was interesting.
Murder in the Mind by Bruce Beckham
This installment finds the series protagonist, DI Skelgill, called to an isolated, high-security, psychiatric hospital for a routine investigation. But soon, concerns about petty pilfering are forgotten when inexplicable deaths and daring escapes enter the storyline.
Over the course of the rest of the book, Skelgill uses something akin to an abrasive, Socratic method to elicit thoughts and theories from his team only to discount or disregard them in most cases.
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One of the strengths of the book is the description of the setting, in this case, the Lake District in northwest England. As bad luck would have it, this story occurs during a rainy, dreary stretch of weather and you can almost feel the drizzle seep under your collar as you stand beside Skelgill on the banks of a lake. The story is a bit slow starting, but then moves at a deliberate pace as the detective collects facts, then lets the solution form in his mind.
The murderer is somewhat obvious, but twists in the details are still good. There were, however, a couple of aspects of the book that detracted. One was the writing style. Clearly, there is a thin line between clever turns of a phrase and wording that is mind-numbing, but for me, this book crossed over. A second concern was point of view. Overall, consistent use of point of view and more straightforward prose would have helped this otherwise prototypical British murder mystery. This one is one of my favorites in this series. Gets my attention fairly early. An intriguing storyline with interesting characters.
Very intelligently written. DS Jones doesn't appear very much in this story's action. We get to see how DI Skelgill's mind works as he follows leads. The story does not drag. Something new is always around the corner. Most of the action takes place at a mental institution where some very bad characters are kept because of their evil crimes.
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Skelgill interacts with This one is one of my favorites in this series. Skelgill interacts with the administrators and some of the workers. Then the first of two serial killers escapes.
Leave it to Skelgill to figure out how he got over the "escape proof" fence. Then the other serial killer is seen on camera supposedly using one of the administrators to leave through the guarded gate. Lots of twits and turns. Poor Leyton has quite a time tryng to decifer Skelgill's thinking. This is another fairly typical entry in the quaint series featuring the maverick DI Skellgil, set in the lake district of England. The description of the environment and the flora and fauna is as vivid as that in previous novels, and the protagonist is just as quirky.
What disappointed me in this book, though, was the negligible space given to DS Emma Jones, whose relationship with the DI has been intriguing, lending the series quite some fun. Another complaint is that the actual story and the ac This is another fairly typical entry in the quaint series featuring the maverick DI Skellgil, set in the lake district of England.
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Another complaint is that the actual story and the action get smothered by the profusion of clever turns of phrases and convoluted dialogues; it took me a lot of effort to just keep track of what's happening and who said what. I enjoyed it, but not as much as I had expected to, which is sad.
Called to an isolated max-security hospital for the criminally insane, DI Skelgill catches the eye of a notorious female serial killer. When the killer, a nurse who was accused of killing scores of her patients, escapes, taking her psychologist with her, Skelgill and his crew undertake a plodding, systematic chase, culminating in a surprise ending that caught me completely unawares. Murder in the Mind by Bruce Beckwith is a classic British murder mystery, written in an almost dry, nonchalant styl Called to an isolated max-security hospital for the criminally insane, DI Skelgill catches the eye of a notorious female serial killer.
It starts slow, as British mysteries are prone to do, but keeps moving relentlessly until the good guys prevail, and the bad ones are put where they belong. I give this one four stars. Aug 25, Anita Hargreaves rated it it was amazing. This book is probably one of the best Skelgill books I'vekelgill. This time going to the local read. They are all very good and I have come to love the characters and vividly recognise them as relateable.
As usual, sexy women are persuing him, and you know despite the age gap, WPC Jones and him are meant to be together. Whilst Jones isn't mentioned much, as she is working a different case, I enjoy the dynamics of Leyton and Skelgill as the case of stolen goods at a prison for the mentally ill becomes more confusing. This was my least favorite in the whole series so far although I didn't read the "Magic" one yet. Not interested in reading about the occult in any form.
I found this story rather convoluted and the characters didn't act the way I thought that people in this line of work would comport themselves. Especially the women. I'm quite sure that, while the inspector is quite handsome and virile looking, not every woman he meets would make sexual advances at him. Particularly professional women of the ca This was my least favorite in the whole series so far although I didn't read the "Magic" one yet. Particularly professional women of the caliber in this setting. Never judge a book by its cover. This is a first class , well written murder mystery.
It is a pleasure to be once again in the land of lakes , which are not "lakes" , except one of course. After reading most of this series , one enjoys being with Inspector Skelgill and Co. I avoided this book for months.
I don't like the cover and the subject matter seemed disagreeable. I was wrong and am glad that I forced myself. Aug 13, Doreen rated it it was amazing.
Murder in the Mind
D I Skelgill and his team are involved with several crimes at a prison hospital for criminals who suffer mental problems! Very different and unusual! The doctors and support staff are also suspects, as well as the patients. Usual wildcat investigation yields surprising results.
Murder in the Mind Very interesting and entertaining storyline about two serial killers locked inside a mental hospital where mysteries begin with suspicion directed at them as well as others.