Down into Darkness

Down into Darkness The naked body of a young woman is found hanging from a tree on a London roadside Scrawled across her back are the words DIRTY GIRL Detective Stella Mooney is faced with a murder as baffling as it is

  • Title: Down into Darkness
  • Author: DavidLawrence
  • ISBN: 9780312347420
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The naked body of a young woman is found hanging from a tree on a London roadside Scrawled across her back are the words DIRTY GIRL Detective Stella Mooney is faced with a murder as baffling as it is chilling With no means to identify the victim and no apparent motive, the case is blocked, until a man is found on a bench by the river, his throat cut back to the vertebThe naked body of a young woman is found hanging from a tree on a London roadside Scrawled across her back are the words DIRTY GIRL Detective Stella Mooney is faced with a murder as baffling as it is chilling With no means to identify the victim and no apparent motive, the case is blocked, until a man is found on a bench by the river, his throat cut back to the vertebrae And, as before, the killer has left a trademark comment FILTHY COWARD Stella and her team can see there s a connection but what One victim is a young girl, maybe one of the hookers who work the Strip the other, a researcher for a prominent and controversial member of Parliament More evidence is needed And soon enough it comes another death another message.

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      DAVID LAWRENCE teaches boxing at Gleason s Gym in Brooklyn He joyfully believes he has the perfect life writing and fighting He lives in Manhattan with his wife.

    625 thoughts on “Down into Darkness

    • RATING: 3.25A series of murders are occurring in the London area. Although the way the victims are killed varies, each has a message scrawled on their body, such as "Dirty Girl" or "Filthy Coward". It appears that the killer has chosen each of his victims for personal reasons, but it certainly isn't apparent to Detective Stella Mooney and her colleagues what links each of them. Is the killer some kind of moral guardian? Are his messages a justification for the murders?The book started well enoug [...]


    • 125. [Down Into Darkness] by [[David Lawrence]].As with his three previous novels set in a (hopefully) fictitious area of London near Holland Park, the proliferation of the most heinous crimes goes all but unchecked despite the heroic endeavours of Detective Sergeant Stella Mooney. She is by no means flawless herself, but she is an immensely sympathetic character, coping with the memories of her grim childhood on the sink estate she now helps to police and the reverberations of assorted personal [...]


    • Fourth in the mystery series, DS Stella Mooney, set in modern-day London where Stella is struggling with a serial killer who is not leaving a pattern---choosing people randomly with a purpose. It’s an interesting cast of victims: a hooker, a researcher, a news editor, a retired teacher, and a politician. Finding the common thread is a tough task for Stella and her crew. As they tease out the connections, we are exposed to BIG money and its manipulations in our world as well as the depths to wh [...]


    • A young woman is found hanging from a tree in London. The words, Dirty Girl, are written on her back. The case is assigned to Detective Stella Mooney. The investigation is going nowhere as they aren't even able to identify the victim when a second body turns up. This one is a man with the words, Filthy Coward, written on him. There is a connection but, what is it exactly? The first victim was a prostitute, the second a well respected researcher for a member of Parliment. Stella's research leads [...]


    • I really loved the first few books in this series and for that reason am giving this latest in the series the benefit of the doubt. My reading life has been a bit chaotic too, which may have something to do with not liking this novel quite as well.I was having a bit of a hard time following all the story threads. The mystery wasn't working for me either. It almost took a back seat to Stella's and Delaney's psychological issues. For Stella, I wish she would either commit to therapy to work things [...]


    • This is a darn good detective cop mystery. A serial killer is at loose and detective Stella Mooney and her squad are on the case. The killer has a plan but its not clear why he is killing who he is killing and what are the reasons.The book is filled with many separate plot lines all of which prove meaningful in one way or another to the story.Highly recommended.







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