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DOWNLOAD Eleven Days õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ [PDF] ✐ Eleven Days ✑ Stav Sherez – A fire rages through a sleepy West London suare engulfing a small convent hidden away among the residential houses When DI Jack Carrigan and DS Geneva Miller arrive at the scene they discover eleven b A fire A fire rages through a sleepy West London suare engulfing a small convent hidden away among the residential houses When DI Jack Carrigan and DS Geneva Miller arrive at the scene they discover eleven bodies yet there were only supposed to be ten nuns in residenceIt's eleven days before Christmas and despite their superiors wanting the case solved before the holidays Carrigan and Miller st. I recently read the third in the Carrigan and Miller series The Intrusions which I loved so much that I wanted to read the others This is the second and it is another brilliant read It is snowing Jack Carrigan has been ordered to the scene of a horrific fire at a convent in St Peter's Suare Bayswater a few days before Christmas It is not clear whether it is arson or not but a fireman brings the news that there are a number of bodies in the building ACC uinn puts Jack in charge of the investigation and it is clear that this is going to be a political nightmare of a case It turns out there are ten bodies all nuns and a mysterious eleventh victim which the police have to identifyThe Catholic Church are less than helpful to Carrigan and DS Geneva Miller and even the information they are given about the nuns is suspect Evidence soon accrues that the fire was no accident and the police team set out to find out about the nuns and their activities This leads them in two directions Firstly to the most terrifying new Albanian drug lord Duka with a savage and brutal reputation The nuns had taken on the drug dealers and involved in trying to clear the area of them Secondly the nuns had connections to Peru and were followers of liberation theology Peru like much of South America had its despicable political tyrannies death suads a murderous army and right wing militias The local population were enslaved to corporate interests those attempting to challenge the horror were tortured killed and disappeared in huge numbers Elements of the Catholic priests and nuns could not let this go and got involved with the resistance in direct contradiction to a church allied to those committing these crimes Geneva follows this line of the investigation convinced that it has a bearing on the case The eleventh victim is identified as Emily Maxted a woman with an interesting history of political protests Carrigan and Miller run themselves ragged trying to uncover the connections and motives behind the burning of the convent They find themselves having to battle dangerous gangsters and the uagmire that is internal police politics in their pathThis is a hugely atmospheric and complex novel that is impeccably plotted It is well researched and beautifully written The narrative is never less than enthralling and is full of suspense I learnt a lot about Carrigan and Miller's personal lives such as Miller's dreadful ex husband Oliver and just how hung up Jack is about his dead wife Louise If you like intelligent crime fiction I would strongly urge you to read this series Highly recommended

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Art to suspect that the nuns were not who they were made out to be Why did they make no move to escape the fire Who is the eleventh victim whose body was found separate to the others And where is the convent's priest the one man who can answer their uestionsFighting both internal politics and the church hierarchy Carrigan and Miller unravel the threads of a case which reaches back to the. So to be honest I may have groaned just a bit on realising that it featured another dysfunctional pair of detectives assigned to London's Metropolitan police force that's a bit of a cliché to say the least and the Met are not the shining beacons of rectitude they've acuired a worldwide reputation for being They may have been so decades ago when this trend began but not nowI did read the whole book however because I found it interesting than the framing device would normally have led me to expect In fact the first thing I did on my next visit to my local library was to reuest the previous and only other book in the Carrigan Miller series A Dark RedemptionI found Eleven Days thankfully less gory in nature than the cover led me to expect and though it focuses on happenings at a Catholic convent where multiple nuns died in a fire it's very objective in the narrative view of religion and that's something I did appreciate The characters themselves may not be or may try to be objective and fail but that's normal for real people so I welcome that variation in view between the partners in uestion It makes them human and interesting The writing in general was very well done and the pace of the story sufficient to make this a book I wanted to read in one sitting though I didn't get the chance to do that I did finish it in three days and then went back to read it over again without getting tiring or tedious at any pointOf course there was a twist near the end and why not After all it's a staple of the genre and not a bad one The twist in uestion though slightly anticipated was one that made me smile because it had had things laid out for it mysteries that don't mention anything about their possible solution anywhere before the detective's final monologue drive me up the wall This author didn't make that mistake and I'm grateful for thatIn addition to which Stav Sherez was also very nice to me on Twitter when he saw I was reading his book and that is another mark in his favour as someone whose work I'll be watching in future writers who insult their reviewers really put me off their own work but Stav is very much the opposite and that gains an extra little bit of writer loyalty with me

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Eleven DaysEarly s and the upsurge of radical Liberation Theology in South America with echoes of the Shining Path and contemporary battles over oil land and welfare Meanwhile closer to home there's a new threat in the air one the police are entirely unprepared forSpanning four decades and two continents Eleven Days finds Carrigan and Miller up against time as they face a new kind of criminal futu. I'm really starting to love this author This is the second book in the series and in both he blends an intriguing police procedural and dynamic relationships between the characters with something different a deep understanding of international social justice issues and a willingness to tackle them head on in crime fictionMy only small uibble is with the expository dialogue he uses when Carrigan and Miller interview witnesses; as an example a witness describing one of the victims EmilyShe wasn't like the rest of them you have to understand that for her it wasn't a posture a way to make her life seem meaningful than it really was she actually meant it meant it too much that was the problem She became so consumed by the troubles of the rest of the world and so enmeshed in its grievances that she somehow lost her self and it wasn't long before I discovered another Emily residing just below the surface p 261I could cite several other florid passages some from this same character where I found myself pulling back and saying Would heshe really talk to the police like this They were very evocative and often useful descriptions; they might have just been better placed as interior monologues or presented in the narration somehow But again a minor annoyance overall Well thought out and well written with an ending I didn't see coming