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This was a book I picked up at the book swap at work as the blurb intrigued me and it was set in Cambridge.Overall it was interesting with some of the early and middle parts being quite intriguing Things like the psychological aspect to Ivan s actions or the whole corn doll tradition were things I quite enjoyed Unfortunately this didn t carry through to the end as things fell apart quite suddenly during the big climactic scene we had been building up to for ages There had been some hints that This was a book I picked up at the book swap at work as the blurb intrigued me and it was set in Cambridge.Overall it was interesting with some of the early and middle parts being quite intriguing Things like the psychological aspect to Ivan s actions or the whole corn doll tradition were things I quite enjoyed Unfortunately this didn t carry through to the end as things fell apart quite suddenly during the big climactic scene we had been building up to for ages There had been some hints that things were a little odd, but given everything which had come before I didn t twig to them.Looking back at it now I think the author took onthan he could chew which is why it went wrong Prior to the big scene there were some things which didn t quite make sense, like why a police supervisor would allow what Fletcher one of the main characters wanted to do as it didn t make any logical sense Some excuses were offered for this, but they were a bit weak.Turns out this was because Patrick was building up to some big conspiracy which just doesn t hold up no matter how much I try to figure out how it was meant to work Especially since there were already a few other conspiracies woven into the plot So it all got a bit muddled and delved off into the unbelievable, even for a crime thriller The worst part was that during the whole big festival at the end, when the Bride was introduced, I suddenly thought I knew what was going on and the idea that occurred to me would have been very clever and a wonderful twist So to be so very close to such a great revelation right when everything dovetailed off into the disaster simply made it all the worse.Finally, the last line was just cringe worthy That was really trying to take things a bit too far and forcing the issue.This book will be taken right back where it came from and swapped in for a, hopefully, better read Just realised this is the first in a series but not sure whether I will read the next.But might have to tie up things. Scoprire che il file scaricato non intero e quindi questo libro non finito Una settimana sprecata su questa storia che non era poi quel granch , troppe cose lasciate non dette, personaggi incolori e stile fin troppo semplicistico Come iniziare male l anno di lettura Vabb. Corn Dolls, by Patrick Lennon, wasn t a bad book, but not something I would go out of my way to recommend, in my opinion there are by far a lot better crime books on the shelves than this one.On the other hand, I enjoyed Ivan Gorensky s character, But there was a great anti climax to the end of the novel, and I was left disappointed. A new author to me and enjoyed this book, will look out for. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Bettie s Books Bettie s Books Started well but ended so lamely The detectives seem to have the chemistry of most partners but the story lacks depth And ends with a wtf. *Download Pdf ↙ Corn Dolls ☉ It begins for Tom Fletcher with what looks like a very bloody accident in a farm machinery showroom, and reaches back into the past his own and that of the local police force before slamming into the present with all the force of the most up to date criminal power in the world Crackling with secrets and surprises, packed with haunting landscapes and haunted characters, freighted with the hot, thundery atmosphere of a Cambridge summer and the inevitable paying out of past betrayals, Corn Dolls marks the arrival of a major new crime talent