The Man Who Died Twice: (The Thursday Murder Club 2)

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The Man Who Died Twice: (The Thursday Murder Club 2)

The Man Who Died Twice: (The Thursday Murder Club 2)

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In fact, I think all mystery lovers should do themselves a favor and give this series a try, because if you don’t, you are really missing out on something special!

This proves to be an highly entertaining, fun, and engaging sequel, so definitely and deliciously moreish that I have no doubt that this will do as well, if not better than the first book for Osman. I've always enjoyed the dual points of view in this series, which alternate between third person omniscient and first person in the form of Joyce's journal. I felt I would have been just a little bit better served had I waited a little longer for things to settle in the stomach, if you will.Altogether a great read with an interesting mystery, lots of humour, delightful characters and a perfect ending. I love these characters, and the fact that we learn a lot more about them in the course of the book. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. The heist atmosphere was very well done, with all the intrigue of MI5, the tension surrounding the American mob, adding a great deal of complexity to the mystery.

As bodies start piling up, Elizabeth enlists Joyce, Ibrahim and Ron in the hunt for a ruthless murderer. Leslie Manville does a lovely job as a narrator even though she is incapable of doing a realistic man’s voice. The characters, humour, dialogue and compelling plots are going to ensure this series will be eagerly followed.In a separate incident Ibrahim is brutally attacked and mugged by a local ruffian that leads to him being hospitalized and then recuperating at home. If you read and loved The Thursday Murder Club, then I highly suggest devouring this one when it is released on: 9/28/21. In this one, Ibrahim reflects on risk, and various characters reflect on relationships, love and forgetting. Septuagenarians, Elizabeth, Ron, Ibraham and Joyce, are on a new case and they have their hands full with this one!

The Man Who Died Twice focuses on the theme of age, with Osman saying that he did not want to patronise the elderly.I loved Bogdan’s interactions with Stephen, Elizabeth’s husband who is mostly homebound and suffering from dementia.



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