Nor Will He Sleep (Inspector McLevy, #4)

Nor Will He Sleep (Inspector McLevy, #4) The Streets Of 1887 Edinburgh Seethe With Youthful Anarchy As Two Rival Gangs Of Students, Scarlet Runners And White Devils, Try To Outdo Each Other In Wild Exploits After A Pitched Battle Between Them, An Old Woman Is Found Savagely Battered To Death In Leith Harbour Enter Inspector James McLevy, A Little Grizzled, But Unchanging In His Fierce Desire To Mete Out Justice As The Inspector Delves Further He Meets Up With One Robert Louis Stevenson, Author Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde, In The City To Bury His Recently Deceased Father.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Nor Will He Sleep (Inspector McLevy, #4)
  • David Ashton
  • English
  • 06 September 2018
  • 1846972515

10 thoughts on “Nor Will He Sleep (Inspector McLevy, #4)

  1. says:

    David Ashton s stories of Inspector McLevy always have enough drama to keep me interested It is true that they can sometimes lose me somewhere in the middle for a bit but I always manage to catch up to the characters I also was intrigued by Robert Louis Stevenson s character in the book and of course had to google a bitabout his life to get a full picture of who he was His character added a great deal to this novel and I think Robert Louis Stevenson in real life lived such an exciting l David Ashton s stories of Inspector McLevy always have enough drama t...

  2. says:

    A fine addition to the Inspector McLevy series Privileged students battle each other in gangs and break the peace with cruel pranks in various parts of Edinburgh Meanwhile, the author Robert Louis Stevenson has returned to his native city for the funeral of his father The student battles escalate and an elderly woman is found, battered to death McLevy believes there is a link with Stevenson s past as another woman a former lover is found dead at the door of the Stevensons Edinburgh home A fine addition to the Inspe...

  3. says:

    Victorian Edinburgh, battling students, murders and Robert Louis Stevenson all meet in the latest Inspector McLevy tale Another fine tale but lacking a certain warmth and soul that make you fall in love with the main protagonist Sure you re on his side, rooting for him, but that great, all enveloping warm desire to follow him to the ends of the earth just isn t there Fits th...

  4. says:

    Love Inspector McClevy

  5. says:

    Scottish style writing, a flavor of sherlock holmes Goodread but quickly forgotten

  6. says:

    I love these books keep them coming

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