Hand and Ring

Hand and Ring This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery

  • Title: Hand and Ring
  • Author: Anna Katharine Green
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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    One Reply to “Hand and Ring”

    1. Once again, I really liked a book by this author. Though Hand and Ring is set in the late 19th Century and with forensics not yet discovered, thorough and dogged detective work - by way of lots of red herrings - enables the perpetrator to be found in the end. With a manageable cast of suspects and detectives, we are led from the discovery of the victim, via false leads, dead ends and hard-to-believe actions (because of the mores of the time rather than bad writing!) to a conclusion that I had no [...]

    2. This is classic Green, with lots of high drama and a twisting, many-layered plot turning on stubbornly kept secrets and the fine points of physical and circumstantial evidence. I thought I'd pinpointed the criminal at one point, but then it took another twist! Mr. Gryce appears only briefly, but his part is surprisingly crucial, and there's also an occasional dash of humor—something not so common with Green—from one of the subordinate detectives.

    3. Another very pleasing mystery by the wonderful Anna Katharine Green. This is the 4th book of her Inspector Gryce series. However, Inspector Gryce isn't central to the book until the last 50 pages - although he appears in disguise earlier in the book. He certainly ties the mystery together and provides the reader with more clues to the killer. The ending was surprising, interesting, and, for this reader, very unexpected. Happy reading!

    4. It's a bit lengthy and convoluted but interesting read. Set in Upstate New York, we follow a team of detectives and attorneys as they try to solve a murder. In the period preceding the advent of advanced forensics, the process is totally dependent on the skills and logic of the men tasked with bringing justice. A nice change of pace.

    5. Well-written, convoluted mystery of the death of a woman with several suspects. As the suspicion tightens on an obvious suspect, a great detective sorts out the real mystery with a great twist in the end.

    6. Enjoy the Grice series. Author's usual; long, end wrap up and intriguing plot. Nicely narrated by Richard Kilmer, recommended.

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