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Good Morning, Midnight

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight (UK 2015)

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The brilliant new crime thriller featuring Dalziel and Pascoe from the Top Ten Bestseller, Reginald Hill
The locked-room suicide of Pal Maciver exactly mirrors that of his father ten years earlier. In both cases, Pal's stepmother Kay Kafka is implicated. But Kay has a formidable champion in the form of Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel

An obstructive superior is just the first of DCI Peter Pascoe's problems. Disentangling the tortured relations of the Maciver family is any detective's nightmare, and the fallout from Pal's death reaches far beyond Yorkshire. For some, it seems, the heart is a locked room where it is always midnight...

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. Harper eBook, ISBN 9780007370306 (July, 2015), 1161 KB (ca. 546 p.9, £5.99.

 

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Good Morning, Midnight

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight (UK 2009)

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Like father like son... But heredity seems to have gone a gene too far when Pal Maciver's suicide in a locked room exactly mirrors that of his father ten years earlier.In each case accusing fingers point towards Pal's stepmother, the beautiful enigmatic Kay Kafka. But she turns out to have a formidable champion, Mid-Yorkshire's own super-heavyweight, Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel.

DCI Peter Pascoe, nominally in charge of the investigation, finds he is constantly body-checked by his superior as he tries to disentangle the complex relationships of the Maciver family.At first these inquiries seem local and domestic. What really happened between Pal and his stepmother? And how has key witness and exotic hooker Dolores, Our Lady of Pain, contrived to disappear from the face of Mid-Yorkshire?

Gradually, however, it becomes clear that the fall-out from Pal's suicide spreads far beyond Yorkshire to London, to America. Even to Iraq. But the emotional epicentre is firmly placed in Mid-Yorkshire where Pascoe comes to learn that for some people the heart too is a locked room, and in there it is always midnight.

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight. A Dalziel & Pascoe Novel. HarperCollins, ISBN 9780007313211 (June, 2009), 624 p., £7.99.

 

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Good Morning, Midnight

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight (USA 2005)

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Prominent businessman Pal Maciver locked himself in his study and shot himself. It's an open-and-shut case, as far as Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel is concerned. Except...

Maciver's father died in an almost identical manner ten years earlier, and "Fat Andy" was the investigating officer. Pal's strange and strained relationship with his beautiful, enigmatic stepmother, Kay Kafka, also raises warning flags. And the family's shady corporate dealings carry two apparent acts of self-slaughter far beyond the borders of Yorkshire, causing policeman Peter Pascoe to question his superior's reticence... and his motives.

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight. Avon Books, ISBN 0060528087 (August, 2005), 461 p.,$7.99.

 

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Good Morning, Midnight

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight (UK 2004)

From the Publisher:
Like father like son... But heredity seems to have gone a gene too far when Pal Maciver's suicide in a locked room exactly mirrors that of his father ten years earlier.In each case accusing fingers point towards Pal's stepmother, the beautiful enigmatic Kay Kafka. But she turns out to have a formidable champion, Mid-Yorkshire's own super-heavyweight, Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel.

DCI Peter Pascoe, nominally in charge of the investigation, finds he is constantly body-checked by his superior as he tries to disentangle the complex relationships of the Maciver family.At first these inquiries seem local and domestic. What really happened between Pal and his stepmother? And how has key witness and exotic hooker Dolores, Our Lady of Pain, contrived to disappear from the face of Mid-Yorkshire?

Gradually, however, it becomes clear that the fall-out from Pal's suicide spreads far beyond Yorkshire to London, to America. Even to Iraq. But the emotional epicentre is firmly placed in Mid-Yorkshire where Pascoe comes to learn that for some people the heart too is a locked room, and in there it is always midnight.

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight. Featuring Dalziel & Pascoe. HarperCollins, ISBN 0007123434 (October, 2004), 612 p., £6.99.

 

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Good Morning, Midnight

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight (USA 2004)

From the Publisher:
Reginald Hill brings us a brilliant new Dalziel and Pascoe novel, featuring a chilling Mid-Yorkshire mystery.
Like father like son...
But heredity seems to have gone a gene too far when Pal Maciver's suicide in a locked room exactly mirrors that of his father ten years earlier.

In each case accusing fingers point towards Pal's stepmother, the beautiful enigmatic Kay Kafka. But she turns out to have a formidable champion, Mid-Yorkshire's own super-heavyweight, Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel.

DCI Peter Pascoe, nominally in charge of the investigation, finds he is constantly body-checked by his superior as he tries to disentangle the complex relationships of the Maciver family.

At first these inquiries seem local and domestic. What really happened between Pal and his stepmother? And how has key witness and exotic hooker Dolores, Our Lady of Pain, contrived to disappear from the face of Mid-Yorkshire?

Gradually, however, it becomes clear that the fall-out from Pal's suicide spreads far beyond Yorkshire. To London, to America. Even to Iraq. But the emotional epicentre is firmly placed in mid-Yorkshire where Pascoe comes to learn that for some people the heart too is a locked room, and in there it is always midnight.

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight. A Dalziel & Pascoe Mystery. HarperCollins, ISBN 0060528079 (September, 2004), 433 p.,$24.95.

 

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Good Morning, Midnight

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight (UK 2004)

From the Publisher:
Like father like son...
But heredity seems to have gone a gene too far when Pal Maciver's suicide in a locked room exactly mirrors that of his father ten years earlier.

In each case accusing fingers point towards Pal's stepmother, the beautiful enigmatic Kay Kafka. But she turns out to have a formidable champion, Mid-Yorkshire's own super-heavyweight, Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel.

DCI Peter Pascoe, nominally in charge of the investigation, finds he is constantly body-checked by his superior as he tries to disentangle the complex relationships of the Maciver family.

At first these inquiries seem local and domestic. What really happened between Pal and his stepmother? And how has key witness and exotic hooker Dolores, Our Lady of Pain, contrived to disappear from the face of Mid-Yorkshire?

Gradually, however, it becomes clear that the fall-out from Pal's suicide spreads far beyond Yorkshire. To London, to America. Even to Iraq. But the emotional epicentre is firmly placed here in Mid-Yorkshire where Pascoe comes to learn that for some people the heart too is a locked room, and in there it is always midnight.

Reginald Hill: Good Morning, Midnight. Featuring Dalziel & Pascoe. HarperCollins, ISBN 000712340X (March, 2004), 407 p., £12.00.

 

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