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    PDF READ Dying Art Dying Art is the fifth book in the DCI Bennett series There is something in this book that has to do with the book before this Game Point the author does give enough background though so that anyone picking up this book without having read the previous one should be able to follow the story easily enoughCyril is a character that will have really gotten into the readers hearts by now and with how the last book ended I was dying to catch up

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    PDF READ Dying Art Malcolm Hollingdrake ↠ 4 Read & Download Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Malcolm Hollingdrake I just love a novel where I can pick up a theme and this one really fitted the billWelcome to the world of art the expensive stuff that people with money and a lack of trust in banks and dodgy pension schemes put their excess cash in

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    Malcolm Hollingdrake ↠ 4 Read & Download Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Malcolm Hollingdrake PDF READ Dying Art Dying Art is the fifth book in the DCI Bennett series and by now it definitely feels like catching up with old friendsCyril Bennett is still recovering from traumatic events in the previous book and trying to deal with the guilt he feels in not having been able to stop a tragedy In case it wasn’t clear from that sentence I think you should really read the other books in the series as you’d miss out on uite a bit of

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    Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Malcolm Hollingdrake PDF READ Dying Art Malcolm Hollingdrake ↠ 4 Read & Download DCI Cyril Bennett is struggling to come to terms with the devastating events from his last case when a murder takes place in the world of art and as we know that is right up his street| Introduction |Beware the unuenchable thirst of avarice

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    review Dying Art PDF READ Dying Art Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Malcolm Hollingdrake DCI Cyril Bennett is struggling to come to terms with the devastating events from his last case when a murder takes place in the world of art and as we know that is right up his street | Introduction |DCI Bennett #5Beware the unuenchable thirst of avarice for greed leads to corruption and eventually murder Whilst DCI Cyril

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    Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Malcolm Hollingdrake PDF READ Dying Art Malcolm Hollingdrake ↠ 4 Read & Download Never one to read a series in a sensible order I’ve gone from Book 2 to Book 5 of this series and found art loving DCI Cyril Bennett recovering from a professional and personal tragedy This story is so well told that you don’t need to have read the previous books I like that in a series On his return to work the fact that a l

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    review Dying Art Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Malcolm Hollingdrake Malcolm Hollingdrake ↠ 4 Read & Download Cyril is back and slightly broken after the events of the last book Game Point which left me reeling too  I would suggest reading these books in order to fulfil the full potential of the growth of friendship between Bennett and OwenBennett and Owen are there brilliant selves and I soon settled in to reading this latest editionUncovering the seedier side  of the art world was an interesting read I was drawn in no punok maybe a

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    PDF READ Dying Art Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Malcolm Hollingdrake Malcolm Hollingdrake ↠ 4 Read & Download My ReviewArt Is Not What You See But What You Make Others See Edgar DegasWhat can I say Malcolm has produced another fantastic read

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    PDF READ Dying Art So this is the fifth book in the Detective Chief Inspector Cyril Bennett series after being left gasping at the end of Game Point I was keen to see how Cyril is coping in Dying Art He is still a broken man after a tragic event has left him with huge guilt issues along with over whelming grief While he is almost ready to return to work a death takes place in the art world his side kick DS David Owen begins the i

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    PDF READ Dying Art Malcolm Hollingdrake ↠ 4 Read & Download review Dying Art Cyril Bennett IS BACK I would highly recommend you read this series in order because at the start of this book it does make a reference to the book before this one Game Point but doesn’t give too much away if you did wish

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Dying Art characters ↠ 4 review Dying Art A gripping and explosive crime thriller Following his recovery from a personal and professional trauma Detective Chief Inspector Cyril Bennett has been declared medically fit to resume his police duties He returns to discover a complex case involving the a. I just love a novel where I can pick up a theme and this one really fitted the billWelcome to the world of art the expensive stuff that people with money and a lack of trust in banks and dodgy pension schemes put their excess cash in for a rainy day and retirement A real investment that can only grow but where there is big money to be spent there are also bigger men with ways to take it off you Forgery of such art works can be extremely hard to detect at times even for the experts This means that millions of pounds are sat in paintings that are worth only a fraction of the price paid just pretty pictures that are extremely good fakesWhen the death of a young woman connected to the art world is discovered not to be the accident that it was first thought to be but faked it opens up an investigation into the world of big business double cross and deception and although the Crime Investigation Team at Harrogate are really top notch when it comes down to murder their knowledge of the art world isn t Well not at the moment anyway DCI Cyril Bennett is just easing back into the job after tragic events have kept him off work for a while He is a lover and collector of art not to mention the connections he has in the art world himself and the team could really do with his knowledge right nowDCI Cyril Bennett is still a uite defeated man ok the Doctor may have written him up as fit for work with Bennett I am sure putting on a brave front and faking it about being ready but the truth was he was far from it Everything about work was a constant reminder of a grave loss Cyril has been asked by a friend to help look into a burglary of some artwork and soon begins to join the dotsThe team really need Cyril and Cyril really needs this case to throw himself intoMalcolm Hollingdrake has raised the bar again with this book which although is part of a series could be read as a stand alone but don t short change yourself Each book tackles such diverse crimes that are committed for many different reasons The chapters are longer than most as compared to other books but cover a situation rather than just views of a character He has a way of including a vast amount of knowledge woven into the story without being technical so the core theme is never lost A super series that is as much about people as it is about crime BrilliantI wish to thank Bloodhound Books for proving me with a mobi file of this book for a blog tour My review is unbiased and honest

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Dying Art characters ↠ 4 review Dying Art Rt worldSoon Bennett unearths a dark side of the industry where greed ambition and dubious practices thrive and where there is money to be made violence and murder are never far awayWorking their way through a maze of galleries museums and the internet Ben. DCI Cyril Bennett is struggling to come to terms with the devastating events from his last case when a murder takes place in the world of art and as we know that is right up his street Introduction Beware the unuenchable thirst of avarice for greed leads to corruption and eventually murder Whilst DCI Cyril Bennett is trying to find a way to handle his feelings of grief and guilt Detective Sergeant Owen has to step up when a woman is found dead It transpires that what was thought to be a car accident is in fact a murder Nathalie Gray the victim worked for Freshman s Fine Art Dealers and DS Owen heartily wishes his boss was on this case as it just was made for DCI Bennett with the Northern art scene galleries and auctions all in the mix For the time being the capable Detective Inspector Helen Claire leads the investigation but even she wonders whether it would not be better if DCI Bennett was back in office Storyline DS David Owen is only too aware of his boss s struggle and feels helpless and sad at the same time His world too has been shattered by the outcome of their last case Game Point book 4 but he knows they could not have prevented any of the tragic events He would love to see Cyril Bennett back but is realistic enough to not harbour any grudges when DI Helen Claire steps in as his temporary boss especially when a young woman is found murdered Nathalie Gray worked for the obnoxious Freeman Freshman who has antagonised the Police with his unflattering and rude remarks Nathalie was an art expert as well as a skilful painter and conservator of paintings Freshman s team further consists of art experts Dr Darwin Green responsible for finding sleepers paintings that have gone unnoticed but are worth a lot and Lynn McGowen in charge of provenance the history of a paintingThings become complicated when the team are close to catching the killer but the perpetrator disappears only to surface later in less than pleasant circumstances This causes the investigation to halt and with no leads to follow to re examine the evidence and facts Why was Nathalie a target Her laptop as well as two paintings by Northern artists have gone missing Nathalie s father has no idea what is going on Although DS Owen tries to get a grip on the case he wishes DCI Bennett were back as he would know his way around the art world When gallery owner Posthumus Bennett s friend and the man from whom he has bought many a painting during the years asks him to investigate a break in DCI Bennett obliges What at first seems a straightforward burglary turns into a nightmare involving dubious art dealers suspicions of forgery a man gone missing and ruthless criminals willing to kill to uench their ever growing greed My Thoughts When I saw Cyril Bennett at his most vulnerable struggling with the death of Liz I was very moved The author has provided us with an excellent authentic insight into the torture of psyche and spirit caused by guilt I loved the concept of judging events in hindsight by taking them apart only looking at one event at a time instead of regarding them as a whole Speaking of guilt in this thriller nobody is who heshe seems and if you think you know who is guilty you are wrong Malcolm Hollingdrake s protagonist is growing on me and becoming of an all rounded character with each successive book Cyril Bennet is an endearing character on the one side shrewd never missing a clue good at his job but on the other hand a man who trusts easily and perhaps naively never thinks anything but the best of his friends May I suggest you do not read this book in one session The atmospheric descriptions need to be absorbed The words and sentences lingered in my mind before I was brought back to earth when another crime was committedThis fifth book in the series fits our charming Cyril Bennett like a glove because of the team having to dive into the art world who better to do so than our Detective Chief Inspector a collector of paintings by Northern artists who loves to attend auctions His right hand DS David Owen is self assured and his professional ability seems to grow as well as his clumsiness with tea The pathologist Dr Julie Pritchett is very much impressed with Owen who contrary to Bennett has no difficulty attending an autopsy I love Dying Art not in the least because of the erudite writing style with the beautiful sentences but also because the author s knowledge of art and love for Northern art shines through on almost every page of this detective thriller The plot is intricate and enthralling and nothing is what it seems in the art world where the greed of corrupt art dealers blights the enjoyment of art for art s sakeNeedless to say the DCI Bennett series comes highly recommended Just one thing the DCI Bennett Series is set in Harrogate and it is no coincidence that Harrogate is being mentioned in the book DS Owen s mug Dying Art is published just before the 2017 Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival annually held in Harrogate Where elseRead the review on my website

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Dying Art characters ↠ 4 review Dying Art Nett’s team struggles to make sense of the evidenceCan Bennett tell the difference between what is real and what is fake  DISCOVER YOUR NEXT FAVOURITE CRIME SERIES NOW Book 1  Only The DeadBook 2  Hell's GateBook 3  Flesh EvidenceBook 4  Game Point. So this is the fifth book in the Detective Chief Inspector Cyril Bennett series after being left gasping at the end of Game Point I was keen to see how Cyril is coping in Dying Art He is still a broken man after a tragic event has left him with huge guilt issues along with over whelming grief While he is almost ready to return to work a death takes place in the art world his side kick DS David Owen begins the investigation but has to adapt to DI Helen Claire taking on the role as his temporary bossNow Cyril is a keen art collector so his knowledge would be extremely useful is Cyril going to be capable of returningI really like the relationship between Bennett and Owen the author gets under their skin and relays the emotions and actions to the reader The knowledge of the art world shines through and makes for a well woven mystery exploring the seedy underworld where money is concerned all rules go out the window and greediness excelsWritten with a great respect to the grief Cyril feels adds to the multi layered crime mystery friendship emotion of the novel I have come to like Cyril and hate to see him distraught On the other hand it s admirable to demonstrate how a hard nut like him can also crumbleThere is plenty in here to hold your attention and keep reading to the end to draw a conclusion While Dying Art is part of a series it can be read as a standalone but to gain the most enjoyment I strongly suggest reading in order Once again Malcolm has produced a stonking good read which I thoroughly enjoyedMy thanks to him and Sarah at Bloodhound Books for the opportunity to be on the blog tour

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