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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub Colin Dexter ¾ 4 Free download Read Last Seen Wearing Last seen wearing her school uniform Valerie Taylor disappeared a little over two years ago on her way back to her school in a small town near Oxford after having eaten lunch at home Seventeen and very well developed Valerie had a taste for older men and after her parents reported her missing Valerie was never seen again and her body was never foundThe police detective originally assigned to the case has con

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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub In this second book of the Inspector Morse crime mystery series entitled Last Seen Wearing the cogs and wheels of Colin Dexter's brain are really beginning to revolve The number of false conclusions Morse leaps to is uite staggering And embarrassingly I was with Inspector Morse in every blind alley he trundled

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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub My first impression after reading was 'I have absolutely no idea what to think of this' and it took me a while to figure out why I fel

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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub It’s always a pleasure to return to the wonderful stories of Colin Dexter and Inspector Morse that all too human English detective who drinks too much and realizes he needs to place his collection of Victorian erotica in a less conspicuous place on his bookshelf In this case Victoria Taylor an attractive seventeen year old disappeared two years ago Morse is handed the case following the death of Inspector Ainley who had just b

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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub Last Seen Wearing by Colin Dexter is the second Inspector Morse mystery I've watched all of the episodes of the TV series based on the books and I've also enjoyed both the follow on Lewis and the preuel Endeavour Having said all thi

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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Colin Dexter Read Last Seen Wearing A girl disappeared and has been presumed dead for than two years; but is she even dead?Reading this book was like walking t

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    Colin Dexter ¾ 4 Free download Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub This was a very enjoyable read again I had been re reading all of the books that are on kindle and Colin Dexter died with 2 days reading left in this book So Sad But he created a uniue and memorable set of characters that are still entertaining millions of people

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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub Oh dear I've come upon a series which might have been a perfectly good read were it not for seeing the TV version first This is the 3rd Inspector Morse I've read and the second in the series The first I read was a

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    Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub I read most of the Morse novels over 30 years ago and then followed them up by watching the Morse TV series I really hadn't realised until I listened to this particular book the extent of differences between the original books and what was done for televisionI got a little confused towards the end or did I momentarily drop

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    Read Last Seen Wearing Last Seen Wearing E–book/E–pub I’m giving the Inspector Morse mysteries by Colin Dexter a go having never read them before I started with Book 1 which I enjoyed with reservations I have had exactly the same experience with Book 2 The myster

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  • Paperback
  • 326
  • Last Seen Wearing
  • Colin Dexter
  • English
  • 13 September 2018
  • 9780804114912

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Read Last Seen Wearing Colin Dexter ¾ 4 Free download Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Colin Dexter E someone scatters them again So Valerie remains as tantalizingly elusive as ever Morse prefers a body a body dead from unnatural causes And very soon he gets o. I read most of the Morse novels over 30 years ago and then followed them up by watching the Morse TV series I really hadn t realised until I listened to this particular book the extent of differences between the original books and what was done for televisionI got a little confused towards the end or did I momentarily drop off to sleep with the result that I had to listen to the last hour again to be sure that I knew the way it all finished upLAST SEEN WEARING is 2 in the series and is full of red herrings and false threads Morse leaps from one idea to another often operating on a few dodgy facts and drawing some shaky conclusions from them He becomes very despondent after one theory after another bites the dust but in the end he does get it right It is a very wasteful way of doing detective work and there is not much logic to it All of this does make reading the novel a very academic exercise and I guess that s what sets Colin Dexter apart from the restBut don t go away thinking that this Morse is the one you ve seen John Thaw playHe is a much coarser person but I think by the time we get to later in the series some of these cruder bits have been toned down

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Read Last Seen Wearing Colin Dexter ¾ 4 Free download Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Colin Dexter Parents saying I am alright so don't worry Never has a woman provided Morse with such a challenge for each time the pieces of the jigsaw start falling into plac. It s always a pleasure to return to the wonderful stories of Colin Dexter and Inspector Morse that all too human English detective who drinks too much and realizes he needs to place his collection of Victorian erotica in a less conspicuous place on his bookshelf In this case Victoria Taylor an attractive seventeen year old disappeared two years ago Morse is handed the case following the death of Inspector Ainley who had just become interested following receipt of a note that Victoria was alive and did not want to be pursued Morse is convinced she is dead and that possibly the real killer was sending the notes in hopes the investigation will cease Lewis Morse s sergeant on the case can t understand Morse s obsession with the case that Lewis believes is open and shut the girl is alive and well in London and doesn t want to be found To his mind Morse just insists on taking a simple case and making it into a complicated mish mash This case has numerous false leads and Morse swings from a feeling of ecsatitic success at seeming to arrive at the solution only to have his idea dashed to the ground when the evidence fails to support his conclusions In the end one of those false inspirations proves to be the correct one The coincidences are seemingly too much for Lewis but as Morse points out It s an odd coincidence Lewis that the forty sixth word from the beginning and the forty sixth word from the end of the Forty sixth Psalm in the Authorised Version should spell Shakespear

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Read Last Seen Wearing Colin Dexter ¾ 4 Free download Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¾ Colin Dexter Valerie Taylor has been missing since she was a sexy seventeen than two years ago Inspector Morse is sure she's dead But if she is who forged the letter to her. My first impression after reading was I have absolutely no idea what to think of this and it took me a while to figure out why I felt so confused Eventually I realized it was because I had never seen a detective in a crime series having been so terribly wrong before Really Morse does spent most of the time being extremely wrong he has a theory a new clue appears that makes it clear that it can t have happened this way Another theory New clue Repeat almost endlesslyHowever these wrong theories aren t comnpletely wasted many have just a tidbit that isn t completely wrong and collecting all those tidbits finally leads to the real solution as it turns out he was wrong about having been wrong at one point However at no point it feels as if Morse is just aimlessly bumbling along having no idea what s going on His theories all make sense at the time You might accuse him of always looking for the complicated solution but then the actual solution is somewhat complicated and it s not like Sherlock Holmes ever went for the easy solution he just ended up being almost always right the first timeI did like it but it was a bit too much and too concentrated towards the end At first they had a theory folowed up leads for a while found something that disproved the theory tried another theory On the final 50 pages or so they just had theory after theory that got often got disproven only a few lines later and that did eventually get a bit riddiculousOverall one of those books where I want the half star system because this was defenitely than three but not uite four