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Death is Now My Neighbor (Inspector Morse, #12) Why Would A Sniper Shoot Suburban Physiotherapist Rachel James As She Sips Her Morning Coffee Inspector Morse S Hunt For Answers Kicks Off With A Tabloid Journalist, Winds Through The Strip Clubs Of Soho, Then Returns To Oxford, Where Two Senior Dons And Their Wives Battle For A Plum Promotion Then, On The Personal Front, Inspector Morse Receives Intimations Of His Own Mortality.And While Morse Muses On Life, He Reveals His First Name At Last


10 thoughts on “Death is Now My Neighbor (Inspector Morse, #12)

  1. says:

    Chief Inspector Morse returns in his twelfth outingthan a little worse for the wear His drinking and smoking, in particular, are now catching up with him and he s beginning to pay the price for all of the years through which he s neglected his physical well being Any number of people, including his faithful sergeant, Lewis, urge him to reform before it s too late, but any long time reader of the series understands, like Lewis, that it isn t going to happen.The demands of another


  2. says:

    Death is Now my Neighbour is the 12th novel in Colin Dexter sInspector Morseseries another enjoyable and very well written read, in the series focusing on the crimes solved by Chief Inspector Morse, and Detective Sergeant Lewis It is not vital to read the books in order each one can stand on its own but a regular reader will tend to become involved with Morse s own personal story Both the slow reveal of facts about him, plus many emotional nuances, may be lost if this penultimate nove


  3. says:

    This hard cover book is signed by Colin Dexter.


  4. says:

    Read by Terrence HardimanTotal Runtime 8 hours 53 minsDescription As he drove his chief down to Kidlington, Lewis returned the conversation to where it had begun You haven t told me what you think about this fellow Owens the dead woman s next door neighbour Death is always the next door neighbour, said Morse sombrely The murder of a young woman A cryptic seventeenth century love poem And a photograph of a mystery grey haired man It sthan en Read by Terrence HardimanTotal Runtime 8 hours 53 minsDe


  5. says:

    This is 12 in the long running series featuring Chief Inspector Morse and Sergeant Lewis and Dexter s writing just keeps getting better and better and the plots keep gettingandconvoluted But that is the beauty of a Morse book..just when you think that the answer to the murder s might be staring you in the face, it evaporates and the author leads you in a different direction which sometimes makes it difficult to keep up with the ever changing circumstances.The plot of this story This is 12 in the long r


  6. says:

    3.5 stars Morse is starting to see his own mortality in this book when he is diagnosed with diabetes He is hospitalized in a health crisis and starts to reevaluate his life Not too much, of course, as the first thing he does when he is released from the hospital is to get an alcoholic drink and have a cigarette The mystery surrounds a murder of a young professional shot in her house through the kitchen window Surrounding the murder is the selection of a Master at Oxford by one of two local p 3.5 stars Morse


  7. says:

    This was my fisrt Inspector Morse novel to read, the only one I ve been able to find State side, and I absolutely loved it This is book 12 of 13 so some of the sub plots I was not privy to But It was an amazingly...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The end is in sight Morse s health takes a real turn for the worse with the discovery that he has diabetes this isn t a man to be told what to eat and drink although he does seem to give up smoking Once again he gets lucky with the ladies and once again he finds himself deep in a murder investigation.A woman shot in her own kitchen is the start of a story that involves blackmail and infidelity Before the story is over 2bodies are added to th


  9. says:

    Very cleverly written Well plotted and entertaining This might be an odd book in the series to begin with, but I know the TV programmes very well You can hear John Thaw Kevin Whately in the dialogue Oddly, since I ve watched the series often, I didn t ...


  10. says:

    And suddenly Lewis felt very happy that he was back in harness with this arrogant, ungracious, vulnerable, lovable man with whom he had worked so closely for so many years Some people took little or no mental exercise except that of jumping to conclusions while Morse was a man who took excessive mental exercise and who still jumped to dubious conclusions Death is Now My Neighbor is the penultimate book in the Inspector Morse series and the one where Morse s first name is finally revealed to t And suddenly Lewis felt very happy tha


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