The Sixth Soul

The Sixth SoulEine Grausige Verbrechensserie Ersch Ttert London Vier Schwangere Wurden Schon Mit Entleertem Bauch Gefunden, Eine F Nfte Wird Vermisst Da Bekommt Inspector Rosen Einen Entscheidenden Hinweis Father Flint, Einst Der Wichtigste Okkultismuskenner Im Vatikan, Kl Rt Ihn Auf, Dass Der Unbekannte T Ter Ein Vorbild Hat Auf Dieselbe Weise Mordete Ein Ber Chtigter Satanist Aus Dem Jahrhundert Ein M Rder Von Heute, Ein M Rder Im Mittelalter Was Verbindet Ihre Taten Und Dann Erf Hrt Inspektor Rosen Den Grund, Warum Father Flint In Ein Einsames Englisches Kloster Verbannt Wurde

Librarian Note There is than one author by this name in the Goodreads database.Mark Roberts was born and raised in Liverpool and was educated at St Francis Xavier s College He was a teacher for twenty years and for the last thirteen years has worked with children with severe learning difficulties He received a Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for best new play of the year He is the

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  • 384 pages
  • The Sixth Soul
  • Mark Roberts
  • German
  • 07 April 2019

10 thoughts on “The Sixth Soul

  1. says:

    I picked this from the library, had never read anything from this author before, but reading the back of the book enticed meand I m glad I did pick itthis is a real page turnerat one point I was just sitting up in bed, totally tense, just reading and wanting to turn the page I loved the whole under cover Vatican theme which has always been an interest to me , the occult connection was great, and it s scary to things that these practices do take please I loved the Rosen character, very likeable and you felt as if you knew him, he reminded me of Thorne in Mark Billingham s books The ending was great, not at all wishy washy, so am now looking forward to see what became of Flint I didn t suspect Flint at all at the beginning, just thought he was a misunderstood priest A definite read, would def recommend, look forward to reading another book from this author

  2. says:

    Does the lead detective have a tortured past Check Does he have a person in his life he is close to who fits the killer s motives Check Does he have a boss who seems to want his head Check Does he have an ambitious colleague who wants to undermine him Check I enjoyed this when I read it in 2013 Even back then it was unoriginal and predictable, but it kept me entertained If I had read it today, I would have given it 1 star, because it is EXACTLY the same as every single other British police procedural out there

  3. says:

    Ab der Mitte war es vorhersehbar, aber war trotzdem sehr gut.

  4. says:

    This is one of those books that, when you unpack it, you find yourself wondering what s so good about it But you still end up reading it in two sittings.In some ways, this didn t quite live up to the promise of the blurb I would have liked a little occult weirdness and it has all the most formulaic bits of formulaic detective fiction The detective with A Past The awful boss The personal connection as soon as that turned up, I knew exactly what was going to happen and it did There wasn t anything remotely surprising about much of this book Plus, in some ways the writing was a bit clunky.But I still couldn t stop reading it.Mark Roberts clearly has the extremely important for a writer ability to write characters that you care about, and that you want to see succeed and be happy So all the other deficiencies of this book just don t matter in the face of his ability to tell a good story with good characters As they say in my family usually when your punchline just flopped , It s the way you tell em Will I be reading the second and so far only other book in the series Absolutely I already have it.

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  6. says:

    4.5 stars dark and gripping.

  7. says:

    Took me a while to get into this one, I found it rather depressing and dismal, there was little or no light relief at all in the pages.It s gruesome and dark thoughout, despite this I was pulled in albeit reluctantly, which is the mark of a good book in my eyes All the way until three quarters the way through I had this pegged as a three star, till towards the end our author builds the tension to an intolerable level I thought I was going to scream with the tension.Loved the antag priest character and the fact that Rosen was such a plain down to earth character, no bells and whistles just a guy trying to catch a killer..Recommended if you like it dark and the protag fighting impossible odds.

  8. says:

    Read this in one sitting, loved every minute of this book couldn t put it down I think I ve found a new favourite author hands down If you you like crime thrillers then Mark Roberts your man I m off to read book two

  9. says:

    DCI David Rosen is on the trail of Herod, a serial killer who abducts pregnant women and tears the infants from their wombs before dumping the women s bodies This was a thrilling read with plenty of excitement.

  10. says:

    Dark subject.I found this to be a good read This book had me totally gripped at times , annoyed at having to put it down as work called I did feel some disappointment as I thought a couple of the characters should have had their motives explained I still find myself wanting to know what drove them frustrating Never the less the next novel by this author is on my wish list.

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