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Kissed a Sad Goodbye (Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James, #6) Scotland Yard s Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James face their most haunting case yet when the past devastatingly intersects with the present.The call from Scotland Yard couldn t have come at a worse time for Detective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid He has promised the weekend to Kit, the eleven year old son of his ex wife The son he never knew he fathered who doesn t yet know Kincaid s true identity.But Duncan s best intentions are shattered by an investigation that draws him in and swiftly consumes him It seems to begin with the discovery of the body of a beautiful young woman in an East London park But Kincaid and Sergeant Gemma James will discover that this case has long roots that reach far back into the past, and that resentments which should have been decades buried still have the power to hurt and maybe even the capacity to kill. Download Kissed a Sad Goodbye (Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James, #6) By Deborah Crombie – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Kissed a Sad Goodbye by Deborah Crombie is a 2001 Bantam publication In this sixth installment of the Kincaid James series, Duncan and Gemma look into the murder of a beautiful young woman and the connection between two families that dates back decades and harbors many painful secrets but are they worth killing for When I added this book to my currently reading status, I noticed how many four and five star ratings it had In fact, it was a rare, near unanimous verdict This had me so Kissed a Sad Goodbye by Deborah Crombie is a 2001 Bantam publication In this sixth installment of the Kincaid James series, Duncan and Gemma look into the murder of a beautiful young woman and the connection between two families that dates back decades and harbors many painful secrets but are they worth killing for When I added this book to my currently reading status, I noticed how many four and five star ratings it had In fact, it was a rare, near unanimous verdict This had me so excited, I pushed away some newer releases so that I could read this one right away.But, for some reason this segment in the series, didn t grab me the way I thought it would First of all, the plot is very complex That is usually not a problem, but f...

  2. The frustrating thing about this Kinkaid and James series is that once I ve got about 70% through, I just can t seem to put them down my household chores are pushed aside, my family give me funny looks, my timetable is rearranged, but I just have to find out what happens in the end And I agree with Claude, Kissed a Sad Goodbye was my favourite so far 2nd Reading I m upping this to the full 5 stars After listening to the audio version, I can truthfully say that this is a wonderfully written The frustrating thing about this Kinkaid and James series is that once I ve got about 70% through, I just can t seem to put them down my household chores are pushed aside, my family give me funny looks, my...

  3. This book is exceptional The plot centers around of the murder of a very beautiful and successful woman Soon the detectives discover that she has many secrets in her life, and the plot is very complicated and lives of the characters in the story are very intertwined Once again, Deborah C...

  4. In her previous novel, Dreaming of the Bones Deborah Crombie explored a new structure intertwining two story lines past and present And IMO she was not particularly successful in that first attempt.In Kissed A Sad Goodbye she uses the same technique but with much better effect The modern murder mystery was plotted with the precision and attention to characterization and setting that have become a hallmark of her books, while the back story forms such a poignant and historically significan In her previous novel, Dreaming of the Bones Deborah Crombie explored a new structure intertwining two story lines past and present And IMO she was not particularly successful in that first attempt.In Kissed A Sad Goodbye she uses the same technique but with much better effect The modern murder mystery was plotted with the precision and attention to characterization and setting that have become a hallmark of her books, while the back story forms such a poignant and historica...

  5. Don t trust me absolutely don t rely on this review.This book is number 6 in a 12 part series orI read it out of order for reasons Quite possibly when I read the books in order I ll change my rating and my impressions.First off, the book was well written, and I thought the characterizations were very fine Unfortunately, I didn t really like any of the characters and was confused by who was who I did, however, like all the dogs People were awfully dreary and seemed unsure of who the Don t trust me absolutely don t rely on this review.This book is number 6 in a 12 part series orI read it out of order for reasons Quite possibly when I read the books in order I ll change my rating and my impressions.First off, the book was well written, and I thought the characterizations were very fine Unfortunately, I didn t really like any of the characters and was confused by who was who I did, however, like all the dogs People were awfully dreary and seemed unsure of who they were That may account for all the unaccountable behavior and general discomfort It did not help that every day was scorching hot, and everyone was deeply affected by the heat and looked and felt like a mess I particularly disliked the presentation of one of the bad guys He was a badly scarred pilot who served as tutor and was the lynchpin for the subsequent suffering that scarred the lives of many of the suspects He did NOT have to be a caricature of...

  6. Deborah Crombie is one of my favorite mystery writers Usually when I find an author I like Donna Leon, say, or Charles Todd I read the books very slowly, waiting six months or longer between them I just don t have the self discipline to do that with Deborah Crombie s Gemma James and Duncan Kinkaid series I m go...

  7. Another great Kincaid James episode Maybe my favourite so far I liked the flashbacks into WWII with evacuee children, although usually, I don t like too many flashbacks And I loved the encounter with one of the recurrent secondary character in the series, th...

  8. I just love Deborah Crombie s series about Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James Duncan and Gemma work for Scotland yard He is her superintendent and she is his sergeant Gemma is a single mom of 3 year old Toby Her husband abandoned them when Toby was born and then later disappeared so he is not even paying child support Duncan had been divorced for 12 years from Victoria who had just run off on him and then married Ian, an academic She was murdered in the last book and Duncan discovered that I just love Deborah Crombie s series about Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James Duncan and Gemma work for Scotland yard He is her superintendent and she is his sergeant Gemma is a single mom of 3 year old Toby Her husband abandoned them when Toby was born and then later disappeared so he is not even paying child support Duncan had been divorced for 12 years from Victoria who had just run off on him and then married Ian, an academic She was murdered in the last book and Duncan discovered that her 11 year old son Kit is really his She had tried to pass him off as Ian s but he is the spitting image of Duncan and was born in a time range that meant he was conceived when Victoria was still with Duncan In this book, Duncan is trying to build a relationship with Kit and has the boy visiting him but has to let the child dow...

  9. I confess Instead of reading the books I m currently reading, I read this one So many books So little time Another one in the Kincaid James series The body of a beautiful woman is found in a park on the Isle of Dogs She been laid out in a manner suggesting she was killed by someone she knew Who might it be The fiance ...

  10. Another great book in the series I particularly enjoyed the flashbacks to WWII era England through the eyes of a young evacuee from London Note I could not find an audio version of this at any library...