The End of the Wasp Season

The End of the Wasp Season

[a Novel]

Large Print - 2012
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Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Wheeler Pub./Gale, Cengage Learning, 2012
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781410444240
Branch Call Number: LPF MIN NVD
Characteristics: 627 p. (large print) ; 23 cm


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Feb 07, 2015

Very slow and bizarre start. Hard to get into the book. Eventually we get use to the pace (slow). The end is not very well resolved. It's a very unsettling ending. I can't say that I liked it much.

Oct 10, 2014

Excellent crime novel. This is my first book by Ms. Mina and I loved it. The author sets this novel in her hometown of Glasgow Scotland and I believe it is the latest in a series.. She constructs very credible characters against a gritty as well as beautiful background. We learn about "The firm" through her matter of fact way of adding interesting insight about Glasgow into the story. The story telling is gripping, seldom lets up and is witty and smart. It is hard to put down. This author can go against the best in the genre and she will not disappoint. Great read

Aug 07, 2013

Wonderful read.

Jul 11, 2013

Excellent read for the summer. Could not put it down. Characters well drawn, story interesting and compelling,.

May 31, 2013

I have lijked her other characters better but Alex Morrow is growing on me. I really love this author and it gives me a definite picture of Glasgow.

May 20, 2013

Not usually a fan of murder/crime but this was an excellent read. Well written, good story that kept my attention.

dachsie Jul 08, 2012

This was my first Denise Mina book and I really enjoyed it. So much so that I have placed other titles on hold so I can learn the history of the characters Alex Morrow, her family plus her police colleagues.

Jun 19, 2012

Not bad, but not exactly scintillating, either. Read it if you have nothing else to do.

Dec 29, 2011

to much graphic violence for my liking- had to stop reading it

Dec 12, 2011

The latest instalment of the DS Alex Morrow series. Set in Glasgow, this is a smart, engrossing addition as we continue to follow Alex's career as a homicide detective & her home life where she & her husband await the arrival of twins. As always, in the background is her brother Danny who has chosen the other side of the law & she goes to great lengths to distance herself from her upbringing & any contact with him. A brutal murder & an extremely disfunctional family strike a chord. And there may be big changes as Bannerman faces his own problems as her boss. These can be read as stand alone novels but you get alot more out of them if you know the history.

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