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by Pat McIntosh

eBook Stolen Voice: A Gil Cunningham Murder Mystery (Gil Cunningham Murder Mysteries) epub
  • ISBN: 1569475822
  • Author: Pat McIntosh
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Soho Constable (July 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 212 pages
  • ePUB size: 1282 kb
  • FB2 size 1355 kb
  • Formats lrf lit txt mbr


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PAT McINTOSH, like Gil Cunningham, is a graduate of Glasgow University At the May Day dancing at Glasgow Cross, Gilbert Cunningham saw not only the woman who was going to be murdered, but her murderer as well.

PAT McINTOSH, like Gil Cunningham, is a graduate of Glasgow University. Born and brought up in Lanarkshire, for many years the author lived and worked in Glasgow and is now settled on the West Coast. At the May Day dancing at Glasgow Cross, Gilbert Cunningham saw not only the woman who was going to be murdered, but her murderer as well. Strictly speaking, he should not have been there.

The Gil Cunningham series is very interesting. I like the settings and the attention to detail and history even glossary. I like the settings and the attention to detail and history. I have found the last two, this one included, to be less engaging even glossary. Titles in this series. New York, NY 10011-5300.

A page to celebrate the Gil Cunningham murder mysteries by Pat Mcintosh. It is more or less equivalent to the English hue and cry. In which Gil Cunningham novel is there a hot trod? Gil Cunningham Mysteries. 15 August at 05:26 ·. Welcome, Gil Cunningham readers. Gil Cunningham Mysteries. 10 June ·. A dish that might have graced Gil Cunningham's table: stewed kale with lentils.

Gil Cunningham and an old acquaintance, Glasgow merchant Augie Morison, report the gruesome find of a severed .

Gil Cunningham and an old acquaintance, Glasgow merchant Augie Morison, report the gruesome find of a severed head instead of an expected delivery of books. At the inquest, Morison is accused of murder and imprisoned. In McIntosh's gripping third 15th-century historical featuring Scotsman Gil Cunningham (after 2005's The Nicholas Feast), the young lawyer-to-be finds himself in the middle of a murder inquiry when a Glasgow merchant friend, Augie Morison, discovers a severed head in a barrel that should have contained books.

Booklist The third mystery in the Gil Cunningham medieval Scottish series. Gil Cunningham's friend Augie Morison is a merchant.

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Murder Mysteries" is a fantasy short story by Neil Gaiman first published in the 1992 anthology Midnight Graffiti and later collected in his collection Smoke and Mirrors. The angel Raguel is called upon to solve a mystery in the Silver City-an angel has been murdered and he has to find the killer. It was adapted by the author into an audio drama, which was produced by Seeing Ear Theater in 2000, starring Brian Dennehy and narrated by Michael Emerson

In Sir William’s remote part of Scotland it seems almost possible that a young boy could have been stolen away by the fairies and returned forty years later without having visibly aged. And if the boy isn’t Davie Drummond, who is he? Then he suffers a succession of near-fatal “accidents.” Could there be a connection with four other local singers who have vanished, one of them with political information of value to Scotland’s enemies? Gil Cunningham and his wife Alys have been sent to Perthshire to investigate.
Comments: (7)
Black_Hawk_Down
A tenor returns to his home and his family after disappearing thirty years earlier. He has barely aged in that time and his mother is convinced that he has spent the time in the faerie world and that accounts for his lack of aging. Gil Cunningham and his charming, intelligent wife, Alys are convinced that this young man is not all that he seems, yet they must unravel the truth of the disappearance and reappearance of a talented tenor in the choir.

This is a great tale that blends the superstitions of the Highlands with the reality of an intelligent super sleuth of the fourteenth century. When read in order with the other novels of the series, this novel is extremely satisfying. I enjoy the use of the vernacular Scots and the Gaelic; the realism is therefore far more credible. A good read, a solid read and an intriguing read. I have enjoyed this series. I am also a medieval fanatic and this factor influences how and what I read.
นℕĨĈტℝ₦
This is another enjoyable mystery in the Scottish Highlands. A somewhat different approach than the last two books in the fashion the leads investigate, but the mystery is more complex this time. Pat McIntosh does a very good job in placing the reader into the feeling of the time and the cross cultural issues of the time. I would recommend this to anyone who has an interest in the genre of 15th century mysteries. A side note, for most American readers, you might find the need to research some of the Scottish terms, but it is well worth the time.
Ndlaitha
I've enjoyed all the gil cunningham mysteries but I still say they woudl be far more enjoyable with a link to the old words she uses.. even glossary...apparently she now provides a website to go to ...but while you are reading a mystery do you really want to take the time to go to a website to look up a word that you think just means door in some old english or scottish language...
Amarin
The author has done a lot of research into the way people lived and thought during those times. Much better reading than authors who put 21st century ideas, morals , etc. and pass their novels off as "historical". Her books are something I look forward to reading!
Minnai
The Gil Cunningham series is very interesting. I like the settings and the attention to detail and history. I have found the last two, this one included, to be less engaging. There are some very intense and engaging segments and some suprises. These are what keep me reading the series along with the depth of the characters.
Cogelv
Another good mystery, and another look into the life of early Scotland. Some may find the dialect a bit confusing at first, but if you've been reading the series, you're starting to "hear" what's going on. Lots of fun and a couple of interesting twists. I recommend it.
Lestony
The characters were well defined and easy to picture. Descriptions of the country side are beautifully done. The plot was thrillingly tangled leaving just so many clues to keep you reading. Well put together with an excellent end.
The stories of Pat McIntosh are absolutely addictive, I read every one in the series and can hardly wait for the next one
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