Maybe DCI Webb and his girlfriend and colleagues need some quirk to take them out of the realm of 'forgettable. Maybe somebody else has an idea of what quality is lacking in these books. Apr 17, Denise rated it liked it Shelves: This novel is a good, quick read with some interesting social commentary about the old town folks versus the new people in town.
As a mystery, I thought it telegraphed information about one likely suspect pretty well if you were paying attention. I would enjoy reading another book by this author. Another DCI Webb mystery. A community is being threatened by someone writing symbols on the door then a young woman is found dead in a pond.
DCI Webb and his team slowly uncover what really happened. Jul 22, Shirley rated it really liked it Shelves: Still enjoying this Inspector Webb series, totally relaxing, and as we will shortly be returning to England for another visit, finding it especially a good read. This one centers around graffiti found on some doors in the village and now long held resentment leads to murder.
Nov 15, Tessa rated it liked it. Another good read in this detective series. Debbie Sanford rated it really liked it Oct 20, John A Hannaford rated it liked it Feb 07, William Crisp rated it really liked it Jan 11, Kathy H rated it liked it Feb 20, Linda rated it really liked it Feb 15, Lynette Godfrey rated it really liked it Nov 01, Evelyn Clemente rated it really liked it Dec 07, Francie Shoemaker rated it liked it Jul 27, Clewis53 rated it liked it Nov 14, Delores Alger rated it liked it Aug 14, Kaye rated it it was ok Jun 16, Robin rated it really liked it May 23, Sandra wowk rated it really liked it Dec 10, Apollonia rated it liked it Jul 24, Heather Mathie rated it really liked it Jun 04, Mikki rated it really liked it Aug 20, Hodder rated it really liked it Oct 07, Lucinda rated it really liked it Nov 12, Kerry Holmes rated it really liked it Mar 05, Bloom rated it really liked it Sep 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Books by Anthea Fraser. Trivia About Symbols at Your D A grotesquely leering gargoyle's head on the front door.
His characters relationships, as well as the story, gradually increase intensity and involvement. DCI Webb and his team slowly uncover what really happened. For about the first third I struggle with a myriad of characters to try to 'absorb. The eighth book in David Webb series. Her husband thinks she might have committed suicide but it seems there is more to the case especially as Carol's house is one of those which has been targeted by the graffiti artist. By filling in this form you are consenting to the storage of your details. As the marked houses becomes targets for break-ins and theft, Detective Chief Inspector Webb steps in.
The vandalism is blamed on the 'Bedworth Bruisers', a gang of local youths who notoriously terrorise newcomers to the village. As the marked houses becomes targets for break-ins and theft, Detective Chief Inspector Webb steps in. When the body of Carol Dexter, who has just moved from London, is found floating in a pond, Webb can't help but note that her door was also marked by this strange symbol.
It seems to act as a warning With three more houses marked, DCI Webb must consider whether murder is the meaning behind the symbols on the doors. Or is it something even stranger