By Ann Cleeves
Dead Water is the 5th ebook in Ann Cleeves’s Shetland sequence – which has now been made right into a significant BBC1 drama starring Douglas Henshall. lifeless Water used to be shortlisted for the Deanston Scottish Crime ebook of the yr 2013.
New York instances ebook Review wrote:
[Ann Cleeves is] in her point during this outstanding panorama, with its previous croft homes and smooth oilfields - and water, water everywhere.
Publishers Weekly wrote:
The tensions among those that desire to guard their traditions and those that search the possibilities of recent applied sciences are subtly illustrated. Cleeves retains readers guessing in regards to the perpetrator's id until eventually the ultimate pages.
The Independent wrote:
a sharp although sympathetic eye [...] a solidly developed piece of crime fiction, with the grieving detective as a touching and unique determine on the centre
Cleeves brings the Shetlands to existence so vividly you could think the salty tang at the breeze as you learn her Shetland novels. useless Water is one other thoroughly fulfilling story.
Mysteries in Paradise wrote:
This novel has every little thing we adore in a homicide secret - an exceptional plot, a few neighborhood color, good defined settings, a few attention-grabbing characters. a very good learn that flows like silk.
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Extra info for Dead Water (Shetland Quartet, Book 5)
There is no doubt that self-control had decreased to a very high degree during this period; but, in assessing its influence we cannot ignore the factors that caused it or at least contributed to it diminishing: the sudden drop of living standards, mass unemployment, the change of value system among others. I would adopt the expression ‘shock approach’ to describe the complex of factors that had a massive influence on life in general and crime in particular in transition countries. , the banking system in almost all of these countries).
The risks of everyday life were studied and with them the all-embracing notion of the risk society has since 1 Crime and Crime Control in Transition Countries 29 the 1980s been a major paradigm in crime policy as we know it now. In this context, human rights protections for suspects, defendants and offenders have lost their importance; it is the security of society at large and that of the individual, combined with victims’ rights, that have taken first place as the most socially desirable goal in this field (Garland 2001).
They were inundated with foreign experts, who knew very little about the political, economic and social structures of the individual countries in question. Their advice sometimes was adequate; but often, however, this advice simply reflected certain views of the world, of particular economic or social science schools, on various problems and which were largely unresponsive to the particular needs of the countries actually undergoing transition. After a while, these countries began to see that from this mixture of advice they had to choose those approaches which they themselves found useful and relevant.
Dead Water (Shetland Quartet, Book 5) by Ann Cleeves