A Wrongful Death [E–pub/E–book]

  • Hardcover
  • 352
  • A Wrongful Death
  • Kate Wilhelm
  • English
  • 21 July 2019
  • 9780778324911

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SUMMARY Õ A Wrongful Death Kate Wilhelm æ 1 SUMMARY Missing child only to realize that the kidnapping is a ruse for a sinister plan a plan that pits the meaning of family against cold hard cashBut the she learns the uestions she has and troubling obstacles continue to thwart her every move from the justice system that employs her to the false identities of those around her Yet none of these things compares to the shocking murder scene that awaits he. I have always enjoyed the Barbara Holloway series and one night unable to sleep I picked this on one of my listening devices and started listening The initial premise hooks you right away Elizabeth Kurtz flees her nere do well ex husband after she discover a file of documents that we learn later but suspect from the beginning has information that will damage her ex husband s father s corporation The father is on death s door and her ex is desperately trying to find a document that would assign him part of the corporation before his father dies and his mother can retrieve it Or so we are lead to believe Elizabeth s ex mother in law hates Elizabeth and her grandson JasonElizabeth flees with her son attempting to hide why she hides in the father in law s cabin in the woods seemed ill advised or at the very least dumb Barbara hiding from her own demons and a proposal from her boyfriend another strange reaction is found by a frantic Jason on a deserted beach seeking help for his mother who has suffered what appears to be a beating Elizabeth makes the woman as comfortable as possible but when she and her cabin s caretaker arrive back on the scene both the boy and his mother are gone Barbara returns home to discover she is suspected of complicity in the suspected kidnapping of Jason and killing of his mother The plot thickens as Elizabeth and Barbara try to avoid the law and the killers and still maintain some important secrets The denouement was reminiscent of the classic Rex Stout and Agatha Christie where the detectivelawyer gets the principles in a room and forces out the truthPersonally I would have preferred courtroom antics and less personal soul searching by Barbara over Darren her on again off again boyfriend Some of the antagonism with the police seemed forced and my eyes kept rolling back into my head as I remarked to myself come on people if you sat down and everyone explained what they knew Then again I suppose there would have been no story Still an enjoyable audiobook Buried Mountain Secrets grandson JasonElizabeth flees with her son attempting to hide why she hides in the father in law s cabin in the woods seemed ill advised or at the very least dumb Barbara hiding from her own demons and a proposal from her boyfriend another strange reaction is found by a frantic Jason on a deserted beach seeking help for his mother who has suffered what appears to be a beating Elizabeth makes the woman as comfortable as possible but when she and her cabin s caretaker arrive back on the scene both the boy and his mother are Buried Mountain Secrets gone Barbara returns home to discover she is suspected of complicity in the suspected kidnapping of Jason and killing of his mother The plot thickens as Elizabeth and Barbara try to avoid the law and the killers and still maintain some important secrets The denouement was reminiscent of the classic Rex Stout and Agatha Christie where the detectivelawyer The Deranged Cousins or Whatever gets the principles in a room and forces out the truthPersonally I would have preferred courtroom antics and less personal soul searching by Barbara over Darren her on again off again boyfriend Some of the antagonism with the police seemed forced and my eyes kept rolling back into my head as I remarked to myself come on people if you sat down and everyone explained what they knew Then again I suppose there would have been no story Still an enjoyable audiobook

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A Wrongful Death

SUMMARY Õ A Wrongful Death Kate Wilhelm æ 1 SUMMARY Clearly left for dead Barbara runs for help but by the time she returns with the police and medics both mother and son are goneThe puzzle only deepens when back in the city Barbara learns that the boy she met is the grandson of a wealthy and prominent family and that they have accused her of aiding and abetting his disappearanceWith the help of her father Frank Barbara delves into the mystery of the. This is such a good series and I ve read through the series starting from the first book Although I think each book could pretty much stand alone if you don t have the history of previous books you would miss the significance of various characters who have been added to the cast One thing I like about these books is the courtroom procedure This book is a departure from that format as Barbara becomes involved with a missing woman and her son The plot follows Barbara s investigation and eventual solution of the mystery Another great audio version as well Windburn goneThe puzzle only deepens when back in the city Barbara learns that the boy she met is the Light Traveling grandson of a wealthy and prominent family and that they have accused her of aiding and abetting his disappearanceWith the help of her father Frank Barbara delves into the mystery of the. This is such a Knights vs Dinosaurs good series and I ve read through the series starting from the first book Although I think each book could pretty much stand alone if you don t have the history of previous books you would miss the significance of various characters who have been added to the cast One thing I like about these books is the courtroom procedure This book is a departure from that format as Barbara becomes involved with a missing woman and her son The plot follows Barbara s investigation and eventual solution of the mystery Another Knights vs Dinosaurs great audio version as well

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SUMMARY Õ A Wrongful Death Kate Wilhelm æ 1 SUMMARY Who knew that being a Good Samaritan would lead Barbara Holloway to face her biggest challenge ever being named prime suspect in a high profile kidnappingThe peace and uiet of Barbara's retreat on the Oregon coast is shattered when a terrified young boy calls to her as she walks along a deserted beach Frantically he leads her to a cabin deep in the woods where his mother lies senseless and battered. I didn t realize when I started this that it was part of a series After being disconcerted a couple of times by charactersrelationships being mentioned as if I should already know about them I looked up Wilhelm s bibliography and discovered this wasn t just in a series it was no less than 10 in that seriesThe setup s great Our lawyer heroine Barbara Bobby Holloway needs to get away for a while to think over her relationship with her boyfriend and ends up renting a cabin on a remote stretch of coast One day on the beach she encounters a small boy in obvious distress He leads her to where his mother lies savagely beaten and left to die Barbara administers what first aid she can then goes for help By the time she gets back both boy and woman have gone That incident will have great conseuences for her because she has stumbled into the fringes of a case involving fraud on a vast scale and eventually murder Worse still the cops suspect Barbara of being deeply involved in affairs of which she s initially completely ignorant and believe her to be complicit in the abduction of the little boy Aided by retired lawyer father Frank resourceful PI Bailey Novell and a raft of others can Barbara bring not just the killer but the conspirators to bookAlthough this book was published in 2007 it reads the occasional cussword aside like something from a far earlier era This is no criticism the effect is rather refreshing in fact but from time to time I was so lulled into the uasi historical ambience that I d then find myself startled by what seemed momentarily to be anachronisms someone whipping out a mobile phone for exampleThere are plenty of twists and turns in the tale perhaps too many of them because by the end of the book I was beginning to feel a tad weary and to wish Wilhelm would sinply cut to the chase and reveal the baddy or baddies Otherwise though this was a uick entertaining and moderately engaging read enough so to encourage me to put a couple of Wilhelm s crime standalones on my TBR list The Deranged Cousins or Whatever great Our lawyer heroine Barbara Bobby Holloway needs to Intuición get away for a while to think over her relationship with her boyfriend and ends up renting a cabin on a remote stretch of coast One day on the beach she encounters a small boy in obvious distress He leads her to where his mother lies savagely beaten and left to die Barbara administers what first aid she can then How Money Became Dangerous goes for help By the time she Windburn gets back both boy and woman have Light Traveling gone That incident will have Knights vs Dinosaurs great conseuences for her because she has stumbled into the fringes of a case involving fraud on a vast scale and eventually murder Worse still the cops suspect Barbara of being deeply involved in affairs of which she s initially completely ignorant and believe her to be complicit in the abduction of the little boy Aided by retired lawyer father Frank resourceful PI Bailey Novell and a raft of others can Barbara bring not just the killer but the conspirators to bookAlthough this book was published in 2007 it reads the occasional cussword aside like something from a far earlier era This is no criticism the effect is rather refreshing in fact but from time to time I was so lulled into the uasi historical ambience that I d then find myself startled by what seemed momentarily to be anachronisms someone whipping out a mobile phone for exampleThere are plenty of twists and turns in the tale perhaps too many of them because by the end of the book I was beginning to feel a tad weary and to wish Wilhelm would sinply cut to the chase and reveal the baddy or baddies Otherwise though this was a uick entertaining and moderately engaging read enough so to encourage me to put a couple of Wilhelm s crime standalones on my TBR list