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All Shall Be Well af Deborah Crombie
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All Shall Be Well (udgave 2004)

af Deborah Crombie (Forfatter)

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Supt. Kincaid of Scotland Yard investigates the death of a lady living in his building. Ill with cancer, she asked friends to help her commit suicide, but Kincaid suspects the morphine that killed her was administered by someone intent on murder, not euthanasia.
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Titel:All Shall Be Well
Forfattere:Deborah Crombie (Forfatter)
Info:Avon Books/Harper Collins Publishers (2004), Edition: Reprint, 268 pages
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Kincaid's neighbor is dispatched by her nurse, who is mother of boy crippled by her negligence years earlier.
  ritaer | Jun 22, 2021 |
carousel. Jasmine, twisty & good; Kncaid acquires Sid the cat. pub 1994; read 2018
  18cran | Jun 4, 2021 |
I'm warming to these detectives. I will listen to at least one more... In this one a terminally ill neighbor of the inspector dies--did she commit suicide, or was she murdered? ( )
  Angel.Tatum.Craddock | Dec 17, 2020 |
This is the second book in this new-to-me series, and every bit as enjoyable as the first. I read it almost as quickly as I listen to audiobooks! The mystery was satisfying, but it is the characters that really make these books for me. I'll be looking for #3 very soon. ( )
  sdramsey | Dec 14, 2020 |
I have an uneven history with Deborah Crombie’s eighteen-book Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James series in that I jumped into the series way late at book number fourteen. By the time I picked up 2012’s No Mark Upon Her, Duncan and Gemma were married and had what seemed to be a house full of kids and animals. Since then, I’ve read a couple of books from the middle of the series and three of the four that followed No Mark Upon Her. What all of those have in common is the obvious love for each other that Gemma and Duncan enjoy, and their complete dedication to caring for their makeshift family. So, everything felt a little off kilter to me as I got deeper into the second book in the series, the 1994 novel All Shall Be Well.

It’s all early days for Duncan and Gemma in this one. Sergeant Gemma James, a young woman whose ex-husband has recently quit paying child support for their young son, reports directly to Scotland Yard Superintendent Duncan Kincaid, a man with an ex of his own. In this second case of theirs, they work so well together that Kincaid allows James more investigatory freedom than he would grant many others on his team (not that Crombie spends any time actually introducing the rest of that team in this one). Gemma respects Duncan’s professional skills, and she is comfortable enough with him to call him out whenever she thinks he’s going the wrong way on a case. Duncan, on the other hand, in addition to his respect for Gemma’s skills, is beginning to feel a romantic spark or two whenever he’s around her.

The pair are investigating the death of Duncan’s downstairs-neighbor, Jasmine Dent. Jasmine was a terminally ill cancer patient fast approaching the end of her life, so no one is particularly surprised when she is found dead in her bed one morning. But then, just about the time that Duncan is about to write off the death as one caused by natural causes, a close friend of Jasmine’s remarks that she is relieved now that she backed out of her agreement to help the woman kill herself. After the autopsy confirms that Jasmine did not die of natural causes after all, and Duncan rules out suicide, he and Gemma immediately begin a murder investigation on their own. Did Jasmine’s decision not to kill herself somehow end up leading directly to her death?

Bottom Line: Without the domestic and departmental complications of later books in the series, All Should Be Well is pretty much a run-of-the-mill mystery story. That is not to say that the story is not competently told because Crombie is a very good writer and her writing skills are on display in this one, too. I was a bit put-off by the sudden brainstorm very near the end of the novel that gave Duncan all the answers for which he had been searching so long because this made the ending seemed more rushed than it should have been. Fans of the series will remember All Should Be Well more because of the budding romance between Duncan and Gemma that is on display than they will for the case they solve. ( )
  SamSattler | Aug 24, 2020 |
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