Different Women Dancing

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Different Women Dancing

Different Women Dancing Trying to find the truth behind a businessman s suspicious death Dr Clare Burtonall enlists the help of a gigolo a witness to the crime and uncovers a conspiracy in a mystery by the author of the p

  • Title: Different Women Dancing
  • Author: Jonathan Gash
  • ISBN: 9780670873692
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Trying to find the truth behind a businessman s suspicious death, Dr Clare Burtonall enlists the help of a gigolo, a witness to the crime, and uncovers a conspiracy in a mystery by the author of the popular Lovejoy series 30,000 first printing.

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    1. Linden on said:

      I admit I was put off by the pseudonym for years. When I saw Different Women Dancing in the public library new book display, I read the flap and first chapter; I then had to borrow it. Holy Moly! What an interesting story. In an odd but very different way it reminded me of Yulio Mishima's trilogy which starts with descriptions of clouds as seen by a man in a lighthouse watching ships go past--for several pages. I kept reading faster and faster trying to get to 'the story' until I finally realize [...]

    2. Wendy on said:

      This was different. An ex-monk gigilo and a cardiologist with a treacherous husband formed the amateur detective team. I didn't know what the heck was going on at many points, but it kept me turning pages anyway.

    3. Isblue on said:

      It held my interest, mostly because I wanted to like the characters but never quite got there. The characters all end up connected by a series of circumstances and coincidences that frequently left me shaking my head.

    4. Susan on said:

      A completely different series from Jonathan Gash. A good mystery plot with interesting characters and lots of twists but I couldn't really get into it.

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