A Dark and Twisted Tide

A Dark and Twisted Tide

Book - 2014
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Something''s in the water... A chilling new thriller from the next Queen of Crime.
     Young policewoman Lacey Flint knows that the Thames is a dangerous place -- after all, she lives on it and works on it -- but she''s always been lucky. Until one day, when she finds a body floating in the water. Who was this woman and why was she wrapped so carefully in white burial cloths before being hidden in the fast-flowing depths?
     DCI Dana Tulloch hates to admit it, but she''s fond of the mysterious Lacey. Even if she keeps on interfering in her investigations, and is meddling with the latest floater case. But now she's got to break some terrible news to her -- news that could destroy Lacey's fragile state of mind.
     And Lacey will need to keep her wits about her because there's a killer that's lurking around her boat, leaving her gifts she'd rather not receive.
Publisher: London :, Bantam Press,, 2014
ISBN: 9780593069189
Branch Call Number: F BOL NVD
Characteristics: 444 p. : map ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: Dark & twisted tide

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PJD
Nov 26, 2016

Have to admit that this is the weirdest most confusing mystery book I've read. That may be due to fact the I don't know the Thames River, it's nooks and crannies at all.

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maipenrai
Aug 20, 2016

FOURTH BOOK IN THE LACEY FLINT SERIES - LARGE PRINT AVAILABLE THRU MNLink

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SuzeParker
Jan 31, 2015

Another winner from Bolton. Having now read all four books I tnis series, I'm going to miss Lacey Flint, Mark Joesbury and the rest until Bolton gives us the next installation.

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BLACKSQUIRREL_1
Jan 27, 2015

took a long time before it got interesting--and then it was done.

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pitkerro
Oct 05, 2014

Latest by S.J. Bolton featuring Lacey Flint. Good read.

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samserg1
Sep 09, 2014

Feel the same way. Too many plot threads.

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athena14
Jul 14, 2014

Far too many plot threads muddy the waters of this overly long novel.

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stephaniedchase
Mar 04, 2014

In this, the fourth Lacey Flint book, Bolton deviates from her previous fast-paced thriller style mysteries and treats us to a more vulnerable and unsure Lacey, struggling to find her place and seeking solace in the water of the Thames. While the mystery -- focused on a mysteriously shrouded body of a young woman found in the river -- is as complex, detailed, and satisfying as previous entries, the slower pace allows us to learn more about Lacey, the early life she does not speak about, and several characters formerly on the periphery, such as Dana Tulloch. Lacey-Joesbury fans will likewise not be disappointed. An excellent entry in the series, and one that leaves this reader eagerly awaiting the next.

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