[Read] ➪ The Harvest Man (Scotland Yards Murder Squad, #4) Author Alex Grecian – Thegreatwallonline.us

The Harvest Man (Scotland Yards Murder Squad, #4) Scotland Yard S Murder Squad And Jack The Ripper Return, In The Extraordinary New Historical Thriller From The Author Of The Acclaimed National Bestseller The Yard In The Devil S Workshop, London Discovered That Jack The Ripper Was Back, Sending The City And Scotland Yard S Murder Squad Into Chaos But Now It Is Even Worse Not Only Is The Ripper Still At Large, But So Is Another Killer Just As Bad For Inspector Walter Day, It Has Been A Difficult Time His Wife Has Given Birth To Twins, His Hostile In Laws Have Come To Stay, And A Leg Injury Has Kept Him At His Desk But When The Harvest Man Begins Killing, Carving People S Faces Off Their Skulls, The Yard Knows They Need Day In The Field Not So Sergeant Nevil Hammersmith Rash Actions Have Cost Him His Job, But That Doesn T Stop His Obsessive Hunt For The Ripper When The Mutilated Bodies Of Prostitutes Start Turning Up Again, Hammersmith Enlists The Help Of A Criminal Network To Stop Saucy Jack, His Methods Carrying Him Further And Further From The Ideals Of The Yard, So Far In Fact That He May Never Be Able To Find His Way Back.Of Course, The Ripper S Been Playing A Game With Him With Walter Day, As Well He Is Pushing Both Of Them To Their Limits, And What Happens When They Get There No One Can Say.

[Read] ➪ The Harvest Man (Scotland Yards Murder Squad, #4)  Author Alex Grecian – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • The Harvest Man (Scotland Yards Murder Squad, #4)
  • Alex Grecian
  • English
  • 13 July 2017
  • 0399166440

10 thoughts on “The Harvest Man (Scotland Yards Murder Squad, #4)


  1. says:

    After the explosive Devil s Workshop I was quite excited to return to the adventures of Inspector Walter Day and his sidekick, Nevil Hammersmith While I did enjoy The Harvest Man, it did not have the same suspenseful momentum as the previous book That said, The Harvest Man ends on a high note, setting the stage perfectly for the next book in the series I can only imagine that there will be many developments in this mystery series it has gone in a direction I did not expect.The Harvest Man After the explosive Devil s Workshop I was quite excited to return to the adventures of Inspector Walter Day and his sidekick, Nevil Hammersmith While I did enjoy The Harvest Man, it did not have the same suspenseful momentum as the previous book That said, The Harvest Man ends on a high note, setting the stage perfectly for the next book in the series I can only imagine that there will be many developments in this mystery series it has gone in a direction I did not expect.The Harvest Man picks up shortly after the events in The Devil s Workshop Day has returned to the job,...


  2. says:

    This story is not, I repeat, is not, for the faint of heart There is very graphic violence and super intense situations that could cause sweating of the palms or cause you to have a few restless nights I do have one complaint, and I hate to bring it up, but There is not a tidy, all wrapped up neatly with a bow on top, ending In fact, some may view it as borderline cliffhanger territory Ordinarily, this would annoy me to the nth degree, and I was slightly irritated , but the author handles This story is not, I repeat, is not, for the faint of heart There is very graphic violence and super intense situations that could cause sweating of the palms or cause you to have a few restless nights I do have one compla...


  3. says:

    This is the fourth installment in the Scotland Yard s Murder Squad series and while there have been a few minor bumps along the way I ve enjoyed each of the books The Harvest Man is no exception.The transition from the ending of the last book to the start of this one is seamless Mr Grecian does not miss a beat The Harvest Man named after a reclusive attic dwelling spider is still on the loose but this time he has left some witnesses behind The bodies of dead prostitutes are once mor This is the fourth installment in the Scotland Yard s Murder Squad series and while there have been a few minor bumps along the way I ve enjoyed each of the books The Harvest Man is no exception....


  4. says:

    Thank you to Putnam and First to Read for the ARCThe Murder Squad series really has an interesting premise it s the beginning of forensic detective work and an organized fight against the criminal underworld set against the backdrop of Victorian England As much as I want to enjoy this series, with the last two installments, I find myself l...


  5. says:

    Holy Crap Is All Of Got To Say I read many reviews over on Goodreads about The Harvest Man and one person I am friends with on there and whom I really respect her opinions on books gave it two stars so I didn t have my expectations to high about liking this book, and I was right, I didn t like it I loved it.By far The Harvest Man is the bloodiest and most grotesque of the Scotland Murder Yard book series that I ve read so far I mean people are getting their...


  6. says:

    Wonderful tension throughout the series, great characters and a few storylines that hold your interest from one book to another This one ends with such a cliffhanger that I moved on immediately to the next one in the series Simply a fantastic read.


  7. says:

    The Harvest Man by Alex Grecian is the fourth in his Scotland Yard s Murder Squad series and the fourth I have read, each one improves upon the last, and yet I do feel the books can be read independent from each other, however I recommend reading them in order for the maximum effect The Harvest Man takes place in 1890s London and picks up where The Devil s Workshop left off, for the most part, Ripper is back, but a second murder is on the loose who is worse than Jack the Ripper, known as the Ha The Harvest Man by Alex Grecian is the fourth in his Scotland Yard s Murder Squad series and the fourth I have read, each one improves upon the last, and yet I do feel the books can be read independent from each other, however I recommend reading them in order for the maximum effect The Harvest Man takes place in 1890s London and picks up where The Devil s Workshop left off, for the most part, Ripper is back, but a second murder is on the loose who is worse than Jack the Ripper, known as the Harvest Man Inspector Day and his ex partner Sergeant Hammersmith are currently living very different lives Inspector Day has new twin babies, in laws that will not leave, and has been assigned desk duty while his leg injury heals As for Day s ex partner, Hammersmith, he was let go from the Yard, but has not given up his pursuit of Ripper and free...


  8. says:

    Since reading The Devil s Workshop last year I was excited for this Murder Squad book With everything that happened in the third book in the series you knew great things were to come.Sadly, despite how much I enjoyed this one, it wasn t quite to the level of the other books in the series For me, this book focused far too much on the personal lives of the characters and overlooked the thing I was really interested in the complex crime that came about following the events in the last book....


  9. says:

    This has become one of my favorite historical fiction murder mystery series In this book there isn t just one killer on the loose, there are three and one of them is cutting people s faces off Also, Jack the Ripper is still out there and he wants Inspector Walter Day Jack feels he has a connection with Walter Alex Grecian does a great job of pulling the reader into the lives of the characters living in 1885 You wish they could pick up a cell phone and call for help instead of looking for a This has become one of my favorite historical fiction murder mystery series In this book there isn t just one killer on the loose, there are three and one of them is cutting people s faces off Also, Jack the Ripper is still out there and he wants Inspector Walter ...


  10. says:

    I just couldn t get into this book There was no suspense build up and the constant shift in characters between chapters got a bit confusing I kept losing track of who was who and, although I don t mind reading about blood and gore, the descriptions in this novel were overkil...

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