Point of no Return

Point of no Return Diana J. Febry
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  • Author: Diana J. Febry
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  • Point of no Return Diana J. Febry Point of no Return The significance of the noose left hanging outside James Palmer s barn is obvious to everyone in the village When threats turn to violence DCI Peter Hatherall has to unmask a master of disguise determ
    The significance of the noose left hanging outside James Palmer s barn is obvious to everyone in the village When threats turn to violence DCI Peter Hatherall has to unmask a master of disguise determined to have their revenge.
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    1. Mystery Lovers Diana J Febry has a fabulous Giveaway going on right now Intl where allowed Ends Oct 10, 2016 click on Banner to enter Are you ready for a good old fashioned murder mystery that starts out with the tumultuous thoughts of a man in the depths of despair Was Digby the monster the world thinks he is After all, he was driving the vehicle that went out of control and killed his passenger in a horrific accident He blamed James Palmer, who was driving the tractor that impaled his passenge [...]

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    2. I loved the author s murder story Bells On Her Toes which was based in the same rural setting with Peter and Fiona making an excellent police investigation team This second book is every bit as good as the first The author is brilliant at describing an English country setting with all the typical country characteristics of farmers, horses, pubs and closely knit locals As with the first book, it is the larger than life characters who make this such a fun read The relationship between Peter and Fi [...]

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    3. Will you do some forensic tests, look for footprints around the tree and establish where the rope came from James asked, the words tumbling from his mouth in a rush I m at my wit s end trying to reassure Linda I thought if we simply ignored it, they would stop but it s starting to damage my wife s health I ve called you in for her benefit It would help if I could tell her something constructive is being done Digby returns to his parents home after being released by the courts The accident that s [...]

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    4. POINT OF NO RETURN is the third murder mystery that I have read by English author Diana Febry in which she has showcased her detective team of DCI Peter Hatherall and DI Fiona Williams I have enjoyed all of those novels and Ms Febry just keeps getting better In POINT OF NO RETURN a noose is hung from a tree on the property of a wealthy farm owner and everyone in the area knows the meaning of the act This is the sort of small town rural England in which all of Ms Febry s mystery novels have been [...]

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    5. This is a sequel to Bells on Her Toes and the second book that I have read by this author I enjoyed the first book so much that when I was asked to read and review the second book I was happy to do so I would consider this a good old fashioned British murder mystery It has the elements of a cozy mystery the death occurs off the pages and there is plenty of elements of traditional police procedural mysteries.This book allows the reader to return to many of the same locations as the first book but [...]

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    6. I m turning into a Diana J Febry fan This is the second book I have read from her in the last month and I have to be honest that s a rarity for me I like to add variety to my reading schedule but in this case I had picked up both books for my Kindle and having read and enjoyed the first, I decided to read the second and I am glad I did I had forgotten all about good old fashioned murder mystery tales of late as I have veered away from them in recent years They can be tedious and predictable but [...]

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    7. Actual rating 3.5 Point of No Return starts with a very sad moment a young lad returning to his family home after having been on trial, you can tell he s not a happy bunny and his actions that night speak volumes Fast forward a couple of years and DCI Hatherall is called to a farm where there are some strange goings on Who is harassing the farmer and his family and why Despite the rather sad opening to the story, this read settled in to an enjoyable cozy crime mystery I did guess just over half [...]

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    8. This detective crime mystery begins with a puzzling flashback We are pulled into the mind of Digby, who had been wrongfully accused of the death of a friend His unborn brothers and sisters rose up from the foot well, mocking him You were the one to make it Look at what a screw up you are.We are together, watching you We should have been the ones to survive to full term He proceeds to commit suicide He didn t want some innocent dog walker to find him It had to be Palmer He hoped the guilt of find [...]

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    9. My last review dealt with Sasquatches, and this time I visit an English cozy mystery, Point of no Return by Diana Febry Mysteries are not normally my genre of choice, but I do like to branch out occasionally Read on to find out my thoughts Synopsis from the author The significance of the noose left hanging outside James Palmer s barn is obvious to everyone in the village When threats turn to violence DCI Peter Hatherall has to unmask a master of disguise determined to have their revenge.What I l [...]

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    10. The book leads DCI Peter Hatherall and DI Fiona Williams to Grange Farm, owned by James Palmer weird stuff is happening I will not tell you about the story than shown in the plot description This would spoil the fun of reading this book yourself.With Point of No Return, Diana J Febry has once again created an intriguing story of a relatively easy seeming case that is just the beginning of a strange series of events Point of No Return is a very gripping read with lovingly elaborated characters I [...]

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    11. 4.5 Digby Pearce, wrongly accused of causing the death of his best friend by dangerous driving, was acquitted at the trial Maintaining all along that James Palmer had lied about his involvement, the resulting anger and grief crushed and overwhelmed Digby completely, to the point where he made a terrible and drastic decision, hoping to point the finger of blame squarely at Palmer Digby s inner struggle and emotions were depicted extremely well, conveying the strength of feeling that ultimately en [...]

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    12. I have now read all Diana Febry s Peter Hatherall mysteries and have enjoyed them immensely This one had me hooked from the first page and although I found it a bit graphic about the violence than I usually like, it was all the gritty and realistic I also loved the tension between Peter Hatherall and his partner Fiona Their relationship as partners and tentative friends after being almost than that is incredibly well done As far as the plot goes, it was a fascinating and very real depiction o [...]

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    13. A friend of mine has a theory that the third book in any trilogy or series is inevitably weaker than this which preceded it If that hadn t already been disproved by Tolkien and Rowling, among others Diana Febry s Point of No Return lays that theory well and truly to rest I m a fan of Febry s rural cosy crime adventures, and love the way she develops her main characters, police officers Peter Hatherall and Fiona Williams They feel like real people with lives complicated and unsatisfying away from [...]

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    14. It is amazing to realize how insidious a person can be if they feel wronged In this volume of the Detective Chief Inspector Peter Hatherall, and Detective Inspector Fiona Williams, their culprits are people that seem unexceptional and rarely noticed.As a son is lost to suicide, a mother loses her legs, and her spouse and children put in jeopardy, we learn that a person s emotions can smolder and finally burn out of control.As a colleague is lost, it is time for the crime solving duo to reflect u [...]

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    15. I am sure I am reading these out of order, but I don t think that takes away from the stories any I am becoming a huge DCI Peter Hatherall fan If I am in the mood for a good English Mystery Febry is my new go to author.I love unravelling the clues right along with the characters I have to say this one kept me guessing the outcome Febry s strong writing skills are sure to please who done it fans

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    16. 4.5 Stars The author bucks conventional wisdom and, instead of giving us a high octane hook chapter to launch the reader into the rest of the story, gives us a man so broken, he s thinking of committing suicide His grief after being wrongfully accused of a murder, and his anger at the person who killed someone so dear to him, have him a welter of self loathing and hate for the killer He s so over boiling with negative emotions he ultimately decides to hang himself This goes on for two chapters A [...]

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    17. Point of No Return by Diana Febry begins two years after a horrible accident where a man named Dibgy was in an auto accident and the passenger was killed from being impaled by a tractor s folks The car Digby was driving careened over a hill and landed in a field where James Palmer was riding the tractor Digby blamed Palmer After both were cleared of the accident, he hung himself on a tree on Palmer s ranch Now, Superintendent Rogers wants our protagonist, Peter Hatherall, and his junior officer [...]

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    18. Point of No Return by Diana J FebryDigby Pearce, the only child of William Pearce, was acquitted for murder causing death by dangerous driving Instead of picking up the pieces and rebuilding a life, Digby commits suicide According to Digby, James Palmer had lied on the witness stand James Palmer gets off scot free or does he Two years later and in another location, about a two hour drive from where things had happened two years ago, the happily married scot free philandering hair stylist turned [...]

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    19. Point of No Return begins with a man Digby being driven home by his father after his release from court The reader learns he was the driver in an accident that left his best friend dead and impaled on the teeth of a tractor blade He says the tractor driver was at fault, but it s unclear if that s really the case or if he just can t face his own guilt It s mentioned that the man is 32 years old and his second marriage is on the rocks There s also mention made of an overweight girl named Emma who [...]

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    20. Mz Febry is one of my favorite writers Point of No Return takes up where Bells On Her Toes ends, but not to fret because other than featuring the same two principle characters, DCI Peter Hatherall and DI Fiona Williams, and being set in the same horsey country, it has nothing to do with the previous book I love police procedurals that have a bit of personal stuff going on as well, and this one fits the bill very nicely DCI Hatherall is still dithering around about leaving the force and DI Willia [...]

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    21. Diana Febry s Point of No Return is a cozy mystery set in a quiet town in England, where a local farmer is being tormented for a tragic accident that happened two years prior James Palmer is no saint, but the noose hanging from a tree in his yard seems a bit ghoulish, even for the local townsfolk, so he calls the cops The two detectives in charge of the investigation follow a series of clues that will lead them into a tangled small town web of deceit, treachery, sex, and murder Point of No Retur [...]

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    22. Point of No Return is a page turning mystery set along the English countryside in a string of secluded villages The atmosphere, plot, and voice are brilliantly balanced, each lending to this compelling read The two main characters, Chief Inspector Peter Hatherall and his partner Detective Inspector Fiona Williams, are endearingly flawed and refreshingly authentic The English countryside is almost a character unto itself the vibrancy of the local pubs, the desolate beauty of the farmsteads, the l [...]

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    23. How far would you go for revenge When do you get to the point of no return Even though this is the 2nd book in this mystery series, and I haven t read it, that didn t detract from this book There were references to the previous case, and they actually made me want to read the first book The book grabbed my attention from the very beginning, with the plight of poor Digby Diana Febry does a fantastic job getting the readers inside the character s heads Every one of them was well developed Even tho [...]

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    24. In this murder mystery from Diana Febry we see the return of Peter and Fiona when they team up to investigate various crimes and misdemeanours that occur within another horse involved community I found the characterisation of both detectives and the murderer strong and believable, with improved switches of POV compared to the first novel from Diana Febry, which I read a few months ago The story had pace and enough twists and turns to keep my interest, with the lead up to the finale exciting and [...]

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    25. 3 5 StarsPoint of No ReturnBy Diana J FebryPublished By Smashwords EditionPublished on August 1st 2015Set in the English country side, Point of No Return features two detectives on the hunt for a suspect whose been vandalizing DCI Peter Hatherall and DI Fiona Williams begin their journey at the property of James Palmer where a noose has been hung from his tree The entire town knows the meaning of this act and everyone could be a suspect However, when the seemingly innocent acts turn deadly, it s [...]

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    26. Rural Revenge.This book is essentially a police procedural, in an English countryside setting When Digby Pearce commits suicide after the death of his best friend in a car accident, in which he was also involved and which he was wrongly accused of causing , someone out there begins to take steps to avenge him The man who is allegedly responsible for the death of Digby s friend becomes a target for the wrath of our mysterious avenger.But the various nasty incidents that befall that man a farmer b [...]

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    27. The title is not exactly an original title and I fault the author for either not performing the requisite due diligence to ensure she had a unique title or not caring to have one The quality of the cover is excellent however and I feel it really draws in any potential readers There is a lack of clarity in some of the writing, specifically in Chapter 3 regarding Peter s reminiscing about an affair he almost had with a partner, but my perceived lack of clarity might be due to the use of British te [...]

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    28. Diana Febry is known for her mysteries featuring her dynamic male and female detective team of Peter Haterall and Fiona Williams Her stories are usually set in a wealthy, rural, equestrian community in England While the characters Haterall and Williams are well liked, I wished for there to be a little personal interaction and chemistry between them Febry s first chapter is quite the hook She starts Point of No Return with a chapter about Digby, a man falsely accused of manslaughter His sad spir [...]

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    29. I have to say, I wouldn t have picked up this book if I had seen it on a bookshelf, mainly because I though it looked like it was about something to do with the circus Some people see a noose, I see trapeze artist Having the read the book, the cover now makes perfect sense so Point of No Return is a perfect example of the saying Don t judge a book by its cover.There s so much going on in this book that it can t help but be a page turner With an eerie solitary farm in the countryside setting and [...]

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    30. This book was a good example of why we read mystery It keeps the reader guessing and takes us away from the dreariness of a rainy day.Point of No Return is part of Febry s detective series set in rural England It is delightful just for the ambiance of country living The story opens when Digby Pearce returns home after being acquitted of charges in the death of his friend Stunned by the events of the past few months, he blames Jim Palmer for the death of his friend and for the charges leveled aga [...]

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