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by Julia Spencer-Fleming

eBook Out of the Deep I Cry (Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries) epub
  • ISBN: 1250016045
  • Author: Julia Spencer-Fleming
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Minotaur Books; Reprint edition (October 2, 2012)
  • Pages: 331 pages
  • ePUB size: 1271 kb
  • FB2 size 1112 kb
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Award winning author Julia Spencer-Fleming does it again in this third mystery featuring Rev. Clare Fergusson and Sheriff Russ Van Alstyne in the small town of Millers Kill, .

Award winning author Julia Spencer-Fleming does it again in this third mystery featuring Rev. As the small town's gossip increasingly speculates about the Re. s ambigous relationship with the married Sheriff, a more urgent problem is the disappearance of the doctor of Millers Kill's free clinic, a town institution with roots in events from the 20s and 30s. Digging into the roots of these disturbing happenings, Russ and Clare find that painful events from the town's past can still roil the. Clare Fergusson and Sheriff Russ Van Alstyne in the small town of Millers Kill.

Mysteries with a romantic element. Clare Fergusson is the priest at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Miller's Kill, New York. Shelve Clare Fergusson and Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries. Shelve Out of the Deep I Cry. Want to Read.

Julia Spencer-Fleming01 ապրիլի, 2007 . Digging into the roots of these disturbing happenings, Russ and Clare find that painful events from the town's past can still roil the peace of Millers Kill. Out of the Deep I Cry is a 2005 Edgar Award Nominee for Best Novel.

Julia Spencer-Fleming's debut In the Bleak Midwinter reached unprecedented heights amongst the mystery world awards, receiving the Agatha for .

Julia Spencer-Fleming's debut In the Bleak Midwinter reached unprecedented heights amongst the mystery world awards, receiving the Agatha for Best First Mystery as well as the Malice Domestic, the Anthony, the Dilys, the Barry and the Macavity Awards, making Spencer-Fleming the first author to win all six awards for a first novel. Her follow-up A Fountain Filled with Blood was also a smashing success A dark past that could bring. On April 1, 1930, Jonathan Ketchem's wife Jane walked from her house.

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Clare Fergusson & Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries by. Julia Spencer-Fleming (Goodreads Author). Out of the Deep I Cry (Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries). I was ill at the time and became even more ill in the weeks that followed.

Clare Fergusson & Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries Series Julia Spencer-Fleming. com User, July 23, 2004. In the Bleak Midwinter (A Rev. Clare Fergusson and Russ Van Alstyne Mystery). Julia Spencer-Fleming's Out of the Deep I Cry is the third book featuring the Rev. Clare Fergusson, an Episcopal priest, and her good friend, Chief of Police Russ Van Alstyne.

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In her dream, Clare Fergusson was flying. She watched Russ haul his heavy winter uniform out of the closet. Fast and low, heeled hard to the Black Hawk’s nose, aiming for the drifting gray-brown column of smoke and debris on the horizon. Bravo five-two-five, this is three/first transport. Where the hell are you? We need evac, and we need it now! Three/first transport had been forty klicks out of Mosul when they hit the IEDs. Clare’s crew had been the closest. I got a favor to ask. We’re on a fire call, and it’s a bad one. The folks who lived here didn’t make it out. Oh, no.

Authors: Julia Spencer-Fleming. DeJean steered Russ toward the door Books by same genres: Thread End: An Embroidery Mystery. Out of the Deep I Cry., 10. All Mortal Flesh. DeJean steered Russ toward the door. He shrugged on his own parka but left Russ’s hanging off the back of a chair. Why bother putting a coat on a man who’s going to be dead soon? DeJean nodded toward Travis. If I’m not back in an hour, kill the woman. I don’t want any trouble from you. You understand? Russ nodded, dry-mouthed. Outside, the freezing rain continued. MoreLess Show More Show Less. Books by same genres: Thread End: An Embroidery Mystery.

A pivotal book in this award-winning series, and nominated for the prestigious Edgar Award for Best Novel―Julia Spencer-Fleming's Out of the Deep I Cry is a triumph not to be missed.

On April 1, 1930, Jonathan Ketchem's wife Jane walked from her house to the police department to ask for help in finding her husband. The men, worn out from a night of chasing bootleggers, did what they could. But no one ever saw Jonathan Ketchem again...

Now decades later, someone else is missing in Miller's Kill, NY. This time it's the physician of the clinic that bears the Ketchem name. Suspicion falls on a volatile single mother with a grudge against the doctor, but Reverend Clare Fergusson isn't convinced. As Clare and Russ investigate, they discover that the doctor's disappearance is linked to a bloody trail going all the way back to the hardscrabble Prohibition era. As they draw ever closer to the truth, their attraction for each other grows increasingly more difficult to resist. And their search threatens to uncover secrets that snake from one generation to the next-and to someone who's ready to kill.

Comments: (7)
Doath
Julia Spencer-Fleming's storytelling ability was apparent from the first book in this series, but she committed some writing errors, occasionally serious enough to distract from the plot.. The series is morerewardiing with each book as she develops the wonderful Fergusson-Van Allstyne connection and fleshes out characters introduced earlier. Also, her writing skills have improved. What I particularly love about this book is that we learn so much about Lacey Marshall, earlier simply a stodgy member of the vestry seemingly put there to rebuff Claire Fergusson's struggle to bring a SERIOUSLY stodgy Episcopal congregation into a new world. A lovely story
Winawel
"Out of the Deep I Cry" is the third installment in the Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne mystery series. Clare is an Episcopal priest and Russ I the Chief of Police in Millers Kill, New York. These two characters are the backbone of the first three books and not only do they find themselves in the middle of intriguing situations with a mystery to solve, the relationship between these two is vitally important to the story line. Individually they are interesting, in combination, they are fascinating.

While these are mysteries with plenty of suspense, there is very little blood and gore. They fall squarely in the traditional mystery category rather the cozy or police procedural and they don't have the violence of the books by many popular authors currently writing. While I don't these are quite as good as the Louise Penny/Three Pines books, I think they come close and will be enjoyed by fans of Ms. Penny.

I definitely will be going onto the fourth book in the series since I enjoyed this installment even more than its precursor. In my opinion, these are best read in order since the character relationships are so important and develop during the course of each novel.
Kajikus
The police chief and an Episcopal priest walk into a local diner, and heads turn. He's married, and she's a priest! What is going on with them? As I said in the heading, passion and restraint. Two people, each with a deep understanding of the other -- a man and a woman who are combat veterans, and who both have promised to maintain justice in the world.
They are friends, but not lovers.
They solve crimes together -- cold cases and mysteries set in the Adirondack region of New York State.
In this particular book, part of a series which is still being actively written, Russ and Clare are faced with the intricate connections in the town of Miller's Kill among the town's free clinic, the historical society, old families, old pain, rum-running (!!), controversies concerning vaccinations, and the challenging climate and geography.
Spencer-Fleming writes with incredible beauty, each sentence so finely crafted that I would linger over the images she evokes! I would, except that I want to know WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!!!
Vuzahn
Having thoroughly enjoyed In the Bleak Midwinter, I took on Russ and Clare once again. This time, the issues are complicated. The free clinic doctor has an adversarial relationship with a woman who staunchly believes that the vaccination that the doctor gave her son caused his autism. There is also a rather unclear history of the clinic's founder, her surviving daughter, her missing husband, and their first four children who perished from diphtheria. Russ, the chief of police, and Clare, the Episcopal priest both have personal and professional caring motivations, but as in the first book, sometimes the priest's and the police officer's professional caring and responsibilities conflict. Their warm feelings for one another continue as they walk the tightrope of trusting friendship between members of the opposite sex. The story is told in both flashbacks and contemporary time. Spencer-Fleming weaves a good story, unraveling the mysteries and their resolutions well. Good stuff. I'll be back for more.
Ber
I am an avid mystery reader and have been for many, many years. I have read so much of the American mysteries that I have to seek out foreign mysteries that are not mainstream. I was searching and came upon this series. There are 8 of them. I couldn't wait to get to the next and am so sad to have finished the 8th without another waiting in the wings.

The characters are great-a police chief and a returned female veteran who had a calling and became an Episcopal priest. The setting is a small town in NY. The characters and the town are well developed. The mysteries are believable and at times thrilling. It just doesn't get better than this series. Can't wait for the next book.
Wiliniett
I read this third book straight after 1 & 2, and thought that the changes back in time was well done - touch of Kate Ellis!
This book gave another cultural incite into USA politics again, as did the previous two books, in that this plot around funding for a clinic for the poor could only have been written in the USA, the only country in the western world where there is not health care coverage for all. Topical and from one outside the USA, strangely inhumane.

I wanted to see where Clare and Russ's relationship is going, I still don't know, but found the whole scene of them caught in cold water and fighting to escape far too long, I know they escape - there's a book 4!

All in all another good read.
Thetalen
Have immensely enjoyed the Clare Fergusson and Russ Van Alstyne mystery series. The characters in the books become very real and it has been interesting to follow the development of their friendship. Clare struggles with living with expectations of being a woman in the ministry and her human side, plus her past training as a soldier. She is a complex person who finds herself paired with the chief of police in solving mysteries involving many of her parishioners. They find themselves in many perilous situations. Mystery, romance, interesting characters - you will find it all in this book and others in this series. Very well written.
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