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All Shall Be Well (Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2004

    Quietly Entertaining Procedural

    Jasmine Dent has terminal lung cancer, so her neighbor Duncan Kincaid is not surprised to find her dead body in her apartment one morning. But several small details make Duncan uneasy, and as a Scotland Yard Superintendent he¿s in the position to do something about it. With the help of Sergeant Gemma James, he launches an investigation to find out whether Jasmine¿s death was suicide or something more sinister. Suspects are plentiful: a shy friend Meg who helped Jasmine prepare suicide plans, Meg¿s shiftless boyfriend Roger, Felicity the home-care nurse, Jasmine¿s unsuccessful brother Theo, her reticent downstairs neighbor Major Keith, and of course Jasmine herself. Duncan and Gemma methodically dig into the questions of motive and opportunity. As the investigation progresses, Duncan reads through Jasmine¿s journals in hopes of gaining insight from her past. It was nice to watch Duncan and Gemma move from a strictly profession relationship to something more personal. However, I found it slightly bleak that not a single character in the book was in a solid relationship. I did like getting to know the victim through her journal entries. The plot is sound and the uncertainty about whether or not a murder was actually committed made for an interesting twist. Altogether, All Shall Be Well is an quietly entertaining procedural and a quick read.

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