4 edition of Case histories found in the catalog.
Originally published: London: Doubleday, 2004.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||399 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||399|
|ISBN 10||0316010707, 0316740403|
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The 'case histories' in this book are intriguing, locked together in ways that are not too unlikely, and overall the book is (very) darkly comic. I love Kate Atkinson's storytelling, her writing, the way she plays with time and twists the genre.
Not surprisingly, I'm now going to reread the next one. And the next.4/4(). Case Histories is a very apt title as the book starts with three very different cold cases, each apparently independent of the others. As the book progresses the wonderful Jackson Brodie appears and in his hands it turns out the cases are not completely separate after all/5.
Of course, Case Histories is not all sunshine and trite happy endings, but this is a book that rests on a strong and well-constructed moral framework, and is all the more powerful for : Carrie O'grady.
With a trio of compelling "cold case" mysteries at its core; with its wonderfully sympathetic and complex private detective hero; with its host of instantly endearing, lovably flawed characters; and with its effortlessly beautiful and intelligent prose, Case Histories is Kate Atkinson's breakout book - the most accomplished, most compulsively readable novel yet from a writer of the first rank.
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