Intermediate Level 8 9 Klasse 1.600 W rter Inspektor Morse und sein Assistent, Sergeant Lewis, werden zu einem Haus gerufen, in dem eine Leiche gefunden wurde es handelt sich um das Mitglied einer Pr fungskommission Morse tippt sofort auf Mord und setzt sich in altbew hrter Manier auf die Spuren des T ters...
|Title||:||Intermediate Level: The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn: Lektüre (Macmillan Readers)|
|Publisher||:||Hueber, Verlag GmbH Auflage 1 31 Oktober 2005|
|Number of Pages||:||96 Seiten|
|File Size||:||797 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Intermediate Level: The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn: Lektüre (Macmillan Readers) Reviews
Another one of Colin Dexter's Inspector Morse mysteries. The main character, Inspector Morse, and his sidekick, Sergeant Lewis, tackle another murder mystery. This time of a deaf man, recently hired to work for the Foreign Examinations Board in Oxford. Everyone seems to be a suspect, but as usual Lewis' non-challant remarks and Morse's sharp mind, solve the mystery - a complex who-dunnit. I believe that this book is one of the earlier Inspector Morse mysteries, since some characteristics of Morse are not in-line with that is known so far. For example, Morse is a well educated man, with interest in classical music, Latin, history and The Times crossword puzzles. However, in one scene, Morse does not know what Darjeeling is. There are also other discrepancies: Morse drives a Lancia in this book, which I find very inappropriate, him being a snobby Enlighman. Morse's usual vintage maroon Jaguar is more in-line. Other than those little discrepancies, the book was yet another good exercise for the mind and an enjoyable read. The Oxford setting still always takes me back to those college days, when I used to roam around Oxford myself.
A very well-written and enrossing story....Morse keeps us guessing until the very end. I found the characters to be interesting and complex, the dialog entertaining, and the story itself very cleverly written. Colin Dexter is a true genius.
This review is about this particular edition, NOT the original book by Colin Dexter. This edition is a simplified version re-written for people learning English as a second language, written at a level for 8-10 year old children. It is NOT the original novel. I guess it was my error not realizing what it was, but it was not clear what it was from the Amazon page I ordered it from.
I am reading the Inspector Morse series.I found this to be one of the best.I have enjoyed every book I have read.Happy reading.
Love the Morse series. Fun read. A wonderful cantankerous man.
Morse is the best, I wish there are so few.