A Furnace Far Too Hot

A Furnace Far Too Hot Someone is always watching When policewoman Eva Perry goes deep undercover to help bring a vicious local crime ring to justice both she and her boss Chief Detective Inspector Beverley Wharton know th

  • Title: A Furnace Far Too Hot
  • Author: Keith McCarthy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Someone is always watching When policewoman Eva Perry goes deep undercover to help bring a vicious local crime ring to justice, both she and her boss Chief Detective Inspector Beverley Wharton know there are huge risks involved Perry has already been abused physically and mentally in order to maintain her disguise and she knows there is to come Yet she insistsSomeone is always watching When policewoman Eva Perry goes deep undercover to help bring a vicious local crime ring to justice, both she and her boss Chief Detective Inspector Beverley Wharton know there are huge risks involved Perry has already been abused physically and mentally in order to maintain her disguise and she knows there is to come Yet she insists on carrying on But neither she nor Beverley are prepared for the horrific chain of events that are unleashed A series of unexplained and bizarre suicides forces Beverley into close contact with her former lover, the renegade forensic pathologist John Eisenmenger, who is already investigating the sudden suicide of his colleague Daisy Pemberton Eisenmenger conducts autopsies on the victims and discovers all their deaths are linked by the earrings they wear the same design but in different pairings of colours He attends an inquest where he is confronted by the sinister Harry Cade whose family members have been killed or mutilated in a blow torch attack by one of the suicide women, and who is wearing the same earrings When he convinces Beverley to pursue the trail of the earrings they not only resume their old love affair, but also become enmeshed in a frightening web of mental manipulation that brings them to the edge of being the instruments of their own violent deaths.

    One thought on “A Furnace Far Too Hot”

    1. IntenseI've thoroughly enjoyed the Eisenmenger/Flemming series, except for book 9, which I declined, as it is 2-1/2 times the cost of the other nine books and has the poorest rating. The quality of McCarthy's writing is excellent, although I have found the occasional factual error.

    2. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised to see the newest addition to Keith McCarthy’s John Eisenmenger series, since it was four years ago that he published the last novel in the series, The Taste of Wormwood. As a reviewer of book series, I am constantly updating the review that I have completed for an author with information on the latest addition to their series. It is simple enough to find this information for mainstream authors such as Patricia Cornwell, Tess Gerritsen and the like [...]

    3. This is the second book by Keith McCarthy that I have read and only the second in the Eisenmenger-Flemming series (there are more books that pre-date this book). These books are not stand alone and should not be read as a stand alone as I have done. This is the reason why it took me a while to get into the story again.I enjoy Keith McCarhty's writing style and the characters that he writes about. Sometimes I liked the characters and sometimes I didn't. Some parts of the book was a bit slow but a [...]

    4. This is the 10th book in the series and they continue to get better!For me Beverley see-saws between likeable and horrible and I don't know which way in going to be able to take her from one minute to another. John, however, is as awesome as ever, still incredibly good at what he does and when he finds something he's on it like a dog with a bone.They work well off each other and their relationship is as complicated as before. The mystery and how it's worked out are very good and the main and sup [...]

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