Paperback Ó Cemetery Lake Epub á

Paperback  Ó Cemetery Lake Epub á A chilling case of unsolved murders and mistaken identities unravels when a lake in a Christchurch cemetery releases its grip on the murky past in this exciting crime thriller from the internationally bestselling author of The Laughterhouse Cemetery Lake begins in a cold and rainy graveyard, where Private Detective Theodore Tate is overseeing an exhumation a routine job for the weathered former cop But when doubts are raised about the identity of the body found in the coffin, the case takes a sinister turn Tate knows he should walk away and let his former colleagues on the police force deal with it, but his strong sense of justice intervenes Complicating matters are a few loose ends from Tate s past Even good guys have secrets, and Tate thought his were dead and buried for good With time running out and a violent killer lurking, will he manage to stay one step ahead of the police, or will his truth be unearthed Originally published in Paul Cleave s native New Zealand in , Cemetery Lake is the first novel to feature Theodore Tate, the quintessential flawed hero Kirkus Reviews from Collecting Cooper and The Laughterhouse Full of the clever plot twists and sardonic humor for which Cleave has become known, it is at once a totally entertaining crime novel and an unforgettable drama about the universal battle against the darkness within

10 thoughts on “Cemetery Lake

  1. Mary Beth Mary Beth says:

    I just loved this book This was my first Paul Cleave book and its the first book in the Theodore Tate series I think Theodore Tate is going to be one of my favorite series There are lots of twists and turns I could not stop listening to this audiobook The narration is done very well Not once did the narrator get on my nerves, which means a lot to me.The suspense keeps going throughout the whole book Not once did I have a boring mom

  2. Brenda Brenda says:

    Paul Cleave has developed a great character in Theodore Tate His wife and daughter were walking on a sidewalk when they were struck by a chronic drunk driver who left the scene His wife is in a nursing home, she doesn t speak or respond in any way, and she just stares out the window Theo brings her flowers every day His daughter was killed and he visits the cemetery every day Theo did what all of us would want to do if we were in th

  3. Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* says:

    4 1 2 stars and I just can t get enough of Paul Cleave s writing I have never before read one book after another by the same author, but that is what I am now doing.Paul Cleave is the master of the sucker punch You are reading along, all nice and comfy, having the odd laugh he really is a humorous writer despite the subject matter , thinking this is a good read, then out of no where you are suddenly at OMG You think I would be accust

  4. Linda Strong Linda Strong says:

    Theo Tate is a sad man Once a police officer, he resigned when his young daughter was killed and his wife became permanently catatonic after a drunk driver hit them Now a Private Investigator, he does just enough business to keep a roof over his head.When one of his clients thinks her father was murdered, Theo pushes for an exhumation What they find there pushes everything in a different direction one that leads to a serial killer.Thi

  5. Petra Petra says:

    My original Cemetery Lake audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.In a lake on a cemetery, bodies are rising to the surface, while during an exhumation the body of a girl is recovered from a coffin which was meant to hold a male corpse That s the situation which starts off Theodore Tate s search for a fanatic serial killer Tate is your typical anti hero an ex cop turned private investigator after an accident

  6. Jon Recluse Jon Recluse says:

    Bodies floating to the surface of a lake in a graveyard.Bodies laid to rest in coffins not their own.For ex cop turned P.I Theo Tate, it s a case he must that began when his life was torn apart by tragedy, and pushed him over an edge no policeman should cross.An edge he may be crossing again.A masterfully written noirish thriller that delivers in spades, Cleave takes the story right to the razor s edge at points, but keeps thi

  7. Juli Juli says:

    I received this book as a First Reads winner on Goodreads Wow This brilliant, dark, disturbing thriller that Paul Cleave has written I HAVE to read his other books I could not put this one down I would tell myself that I would read a chapter and then stop, but when I got to the end of the chapter, I would read just oneThe main character, Theodore Tate, is not a man who behaves in ways that I would agree with, but that made the storyunpre

  8. Reading Reindeer Reading Reindeer says:

    This mystery totally engrossed me I had just read it s successor, FIVE MINUTES ALONE, and very much enjoyed it FIVE MINUTES ALONE, I found to beof a character study, an examination of the ways in which different individuals and society react to events and principles Exactly where will a moral person draw her or his line Make no.mistake there was plenty of action especially the events at and subsequent to.the abandoned institution but I fo

  9. Gatorman Gatorman says:

    Another terrific thriller from Cleave featuring Theo Tate This one involves floating bodies in a lake, corpse switching and 4 dead girls which Tate feels responsible for because of a lack of action on his part two years ago The story is well written, never boring and gives real substance to the lead via backstory, something not always seen in books like this A bit over the top at times but you come to expect this from Cleave and the story

  10. Kim Kim says:

    One of the things I love about winning books through the giveaways at is the ability to find authors that I may never have known about otherwise I ll be honest I wasn t familiar with any of Paul Cleave s work but that will definitely change Cemetery Lake is one of those books that pulls the rug out from under you time and time again As you read and feel you have things figured out, there goes the rug and everything you thought

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