Payment in Blood

Payment in Blood The second novel in the best selling Inspector Lynley mystery series reissued in dramatic new cover look

The second novel in the best selling Inspector Lynley mystery series, reissued in dramatic new cover look.

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  1. Jean

    This is one of a series of novels about Elizabeth George's creation Inspector Lynley and his sidekick Sergeant Havers. These two characters are a chalk-and-cheese coupling. The aristocrat Thomas Lynley is steeped in tradition but fighting his destiny, wanting more meaning to his life. The council-house bred Barbara Havers is an ambivalent character, saddled with an antipathy to all that Lynley stands for combined with a chip on her shoulder. Add to the mix a doomed romantic liaison and you have [...]

  2. Lewis Weinstein

    UPDATE 2/13/18 marvelous even on re-reading the murders were complicated and the tension maintained throughout but the essence of the story is the way those murders impact EG's continuing characters, and the relationships between those characters Barbara Havers (my favorite) plays a major role in this one.***I read this at least a decade ago, and am re-reading it now to take another look at the outstanding way EG, one of my favorite authors, frames a story. This comes as I am editing the fir [...]

  3. Syl

    My first audiobook of the year, and immensely enjoyed it.I have read this book earlier, a decade or so ago, but jumbled up in the series, and last year decided to read this police procedural series in order, as the emotional lives of the police and their near and dear ones are given as much importance as the crime and its solution. This book deals with a closed room murder of a much hated playwriter in a stately mansion turned hotel on a snowy winter night. The house is inhabited by the people i [...]

  4. Richard Derus

    Rating: 3.875* of fiveThe Book Report: Inspectory Thomas Lynley, aka the eighth Earl of Asherton, is a hard-working man, but even he likes a few days' rest after chasing from pillar to post in solving brutal crimes. His rest is denied him by a call from his boss, at home, on a Sunday: A murder has occurred, in Scotland, and *only* Lynley can be trusted to investigate because it involves a famous Peer of the Realm.Uh-oh.Yeah, uh-oh and in spades, as Lynley tromps ill-temperedly up to Scotland whe [...]

  5. Aleshanee

    Da diese Reihe schon ewig her ist, seit ich sie gelesen habe, kann ich mich wirklich an nichts mehr erinnern! Umso schöner weil ich das Gefühl habe, die Geschichten nochmal ganz neu zu erleben!So konnte ich auch super miträtseln, denn in diesem Mordfall gibt es wirklich viele Verwicklungen und auch viele Charktere, die eine Rolle spielen. Das war anfangs etwas wirr bzw. unübersichtlich, aber im Laufe der Handlung konnte man dann doch jeden ganz gut einordnen. Vor allem, da die Autorin wirkli [...]

  6. Melaszka

    I'm reading the Inspector Lynley novels out of order - having been deterred from reading them for years by the rather mediocre TV series, I was hugely impressed when I eventually got round to reading some of the more recent books in the series. I'm now catching up with the earlier novels.This one was certainly compelling enough - lots of intriguing subplots, twists and red herrings - but the faults of the series were amplified and I felt the book lacked the originality which lifts the later book [...]

  7. Mo

    Good Lord, could a story be any more confusing? • Do all of the characters have to be having affairs with each other (either in this book, or as part of their back stories)?• Do in-laws really have sex with each other as much as they do in this novel? • Do most of these characters have to have 3 or 4 names? I wish the author could have decided whether or not to use their first name, surname, peerage title, or professional title… and then STUCK WITH THAT!If you can keep all these characte [...]

  8. Sarah

    I'm not a huge fan of Elizabeth George, but I always finish every book of hers that I pick up. This one was actually one of her bests. The reviews on the back keep comparing George to P. D. James and though I think such a comparison is ludicrous, this Lynley mystery does read like a watered down James novel. The setting and set-up were classic, and the pace moved right along and kept my interest. The problem with this book, as with all George's book in my opinion, is her tendency to descend into [...]

  9. Donna

    There were LOTS of characters in this one and it took me a LONG time for the plot to grab me. I will still continue on with the series and am hopeful that the next one will be a better read for me.

  10. MadProfessah

    This is just my second book by Elizabeth George and I am quite impressed. I was unaware of the BBC series about Inspector Lynley but I was aware of the high average rating (4.0) with more than 10,000 entries.This is a very high-quality entry into the genre of British police procedural murder mysteries. The setup is classic: a locked room mystery of how is an unpleasant author and playwright murdered while attending a weekend dinner party at a remote location in Scotland. Inspector Lynley and his [...]

  11. Melissa Joulwan

    This is the second (third?) time I've read this book, and I think it's my favorite Elizabeth George. I'm really surprised that this was her second novel—it so captures what I think of as her style of storytelling. It's brutal and bleak, while also being a really fun time. It's a mashup of a locked room and location-specific mystery novel, populated with George's core characters—Lynley, Havers, St. James and Deborah, Lady Helen—and a deliciously spooky setting in a soon-to-be country hotel. [...]

  12. Lady Delacour

    Elizabeth George's writing style andmy taste seem to have made a happy alliance.Looking forward to more books in this series.Narrator Davina Porter never disappoints.Not Clean but not overly detailed.Some Foul Language.

  13. Tory Wagner

    I am trying to reread this series to read it in sequence. Starting from the beginning helps me make sense of some of the action that takes place in subsequent volumes. In Payment in Blood, Lynley and Havers must discover a killer among a group of theatre professionals whose relationships are tangled. I may have read this previously since I honed in on the culprit pretty quickly. Non the less, it is a mystery filled with interesting characters and swift action. This is a series I hardily recommen [...]

  14. Larry Bassett

    You will have to read my words in the review of the first book in the series to get my overall enthusiasm for this author. This is a 1989 work of art. It seems right to me to call this book elegant. I like this author very much. This is a pretty old series these days. The setting is mostly an English estate house and the whole book has a bit of an old-time feeling to it. And English nobility plays a bit of a role in the book.As mysteries go this one ranked pretty well. It is in the old style of [...]

  15. Pamela

    This is a generous 2.5 for me, out of five. This author was recommended since I love English based mysteries. I am a huge Sherlock Holmes fan. This book had way to many useless characters, who changed their names, going from titles, to pet names, and last names, then first. The idea of a playwright changing her play to tell juicy bits about all those at a country house, was fine, but my heavens did anyone stay in their own beds.? It seems their is no loyalty in friends, or in families, or even b [...]

  16. Ron

    “[Murder] contaminates and pollutes, and no life it touches, no matter how tangentially, can ever be the same.”Murder on the Orient Express investigated by Lord Peter Wimsey, with an old Scottish manor house playing the part of the train. As with all these cut-off-from-the-world murder mysteries, solving the crime involves untangling the relationships among the characters. That the investigators form early and conflicting opinions of who-dun-it increases the complexity.“Silence is as usefu [...]

  17. Kathy Davie

    Third, chronologically, and second publication-wise, the Inspector Lynley detective mystery revolves around the aristocratic Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley and his partner, Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers, of Scotland Yard.My TakePayment in Blood involves murders, cover-ups, and suicide amongst a group of theatrical people.The story starts at a country house in Scotland in the middle of winter where the group has planned an initial run-through of a new play, although it proves to be a much [...]

  18. AngryGreyCat

    I have recently read out of order a later book in this series and enjoyed it so I decided to read some of the earlier books. Payment in Blood is the second in the series. I enjoyed seeing the development in Lynley and his sidekick/partner Havers. This was a classic isolated country manor mystery, with Lynley being called in due to political reasons that are explored and exposed in the book. The references to Christine Keeler and John Profumo were interesting and added to setting by connecting to [...]

  19. Lora King

    A very good #2 book in the series. Two murders in Scotland, a suicide/murder in a small town outside London and secret espionage in the upper classes from 1962! Lots going on and all tied together. Inspector Lynley and Detective Havers are on the case. I love Havers and how she interacts with Lynley, love Simon St James and his wife, but Lady Helen I could do without. I was not a fan of hers at all in this book. Hopefully she will redeem herself in the next. I'm definitely hooked on this series [...]

  20. Carrie

    Payment in Blood, the second installment in the Inspector Lynley series, was a bit of the good, the bad, and the somewhat ugly for me. For anyone new to the series, I would highly recommend that you read the first book prior to this one or you will miss out on a significantly large part of what makes the book really good!The Good:The emphasis on personal relationships between the main characters is what ultimately makes this book so incredible. When a murder occurs and one of the suspects happen [...]

  21. Sharon

    Inspector Thomas Lynley is tasked to investigate a death which is pretty close to his roots, his noble peer roots that is. It appears he is chosen because of his station in life and the perception that he will be able to investigate without disturbing the status quo, stepping on the wrong toes, so to speak. Along with him is Sergeant Barbara Havers who it could be said has little experience and less respect for the aristocracy and the whole peer establishment. The mix of the two makes for very i [...]

  22. Em

    It took me a while to get hooked into this book, possibly because it had an air of an Agatha Christie with all the suspects at the same house party, with all the characters kept in a room as the police did their duty gathering evidence on who among them murdered one of their’ group. The one aspect that would never factor into an Agatha Christie is the detective - Inspector Lynley finding Helen, the woman he loves at the party having it off with another man. And due to their room's close proxim [...]

  23. IslandRiverScribe

    Thomas Lynley, at 34 years of age, is a detective inspector with the CID at New Scotland Yard. He is very good at his job and well respected amongst his peers. And, in this book, that is the start of his troubles. For Thomas Lynley is a peer. He is Lord Asherton, the eighth Earl of Asherton, to be exact. And his presence is commanded by the upper echelon of the Yard when Stuart Rintoul, Lord Stinhurst, sixteenth or seventeenth Earl of Stinhurst, finds himself at the scene of a murder. Lord Stinh [...]

  24. Jackie

    I really like Elizabeth George's writing style. There was quite a few names/characters & their relationships to each other to get to grips with which confused me slightly for a while. Definitely going to read on in this series.

  25. Claudia

    Not her best, perhaps because it is at the beginning of the Inspector Lynley series. Still it's an enjoyable mystery with lots of suspects and plot lines.

  26. Jamie

    Loved the setting of the Scottish Highlands and the deliciously dramatic theatre people involved in this case; also Lynley finally made some headway in his relationship with Helen! I would've liked more about Havers, like in the first book, but I see why it was focused on Lynley this time.

  27. Dorothy

    I recently read the first book in this series, A Great Deliverance, and decided to push on with the second one because I was curious to see how the characters developed. The two main characters, Inspector Lynley and Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers, are opposites in many ways - Lynley, the wealthy aristocrat, and Havers, the working class woman who has had to struggle for everything she has and who has a chip on her shoulder for the privileged aristocracy. One thing they share is a commitment t [...]

  28. Giulietta

    La seconda avventura della strana coppia Linley-Havers è molto diversa dalla prima, per numerosi motivi. Innanzitutto la diversità e complementarietà dei due due protagonisti è qui fortemente sottolineata, fino a renderla elemento risolutore dell'intero caso: un espediente molto azzeccato, che permette di far crescere il rapporto fra i due colleghi. L'ambientazione: la Scozia, un castello e un delitto "da stanza chiusa" che può piacere anche agli amanti del giallo più tradizionale. I compr [...]

  29. Scott Rhee

    Another excellent murder mystery from Elizabeth George, "Payment in Blood" is, I think, the second in her series featuring Scotland Yard Inspector Thomas Lynley and partner, Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers. This one ironically utilizes just about every British murder mystery cliche in the book: a diverse group of people stuck in a small rural bed-and-breakfast, a victim found murdered in her bed, and a large list of suspects each with viable motives. The victim in this case is Joy Sinclair, a [...]

  30. Deb

    Once again, I must have read this years ago, but I didn't remember anything about it. In this 2nd outing, Lynley and Havers are sent to Scotland to investigate the murder of an playwright. There's something fishy about the assignment, and Havers is quick to conclude that Lynley was assigned because the chief suspect is a fellow peer. The investigation is complicated by the presence of Lady Helen Clyde and her current lover. Elizabeth George does a superb job of depicting the tensions between Hel [...]

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