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During a holiday to recover from the brutal death of his lover Madeleine English architect. The book that started the Amethyst Trilogy Violent without uestion but eually thoughtful and darkThis series was designed to explore the nature of evil in a civilized world As Delaney s protagonist architect Nicholas Newman is almost too civilized to react to the violent death of his mistress but he s drawn in to events that carry with them the spores of the atrocities of WW2 Terrifying and violentVery much Girl With the Dragon Tattoo before it existed these three books garnered huge attention best seller status and great respect in Europe in the 1990 s but thought to be too violent for our sensibilities they were never published in the USA If you are a fan of the genre I think you ll find them sharp wonderfully detailed thrillers full of tension and sophisticated drama

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The Amethysts

Nicholas Newman discovers an unexpected link to her death in a Hungarian couple's photo a s. The blurb on this book is not really that inspiring however I gave it a shot due to the whole Nazi element and everyone including me loves a good bit of Nazi intrigueIt starts off slow continues slow and sort of plods along till the end of the book comes which leaves you a little well let down I don t entirely know how I envisaged things ending but when I reached the end I really felt no emotional involvement at all in the story or its resolutionIt s apparently a psychological thriller of unremitting power I m going to have to go ahead and say no no it is not

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Mall amethyst carving He is soon thrust into a violent evil that leads back to the Holocaus. I was disappointed ultimately It was an interesting subject but I felt it was poorly plotted and with weak characters The only one I felt any empathy for didn t surface until much later in the bookI wanted to like the book but was ultimately left feeling unrewarded


10 thoughts on “The Amethysts

  1. says:

    This is the first book I have read by this author and I only did so because I saw it in a pile that my wife was planning to

  2. says:

    My thoughts reading this were that it would perhaps make a compulsive and cohesive film than it does a book It has a strong plot but I found the characters weak and didn't really care about their collective fate Rather than sympathising with Nicholas for having to deal with the horrors of the present and past murders I felt all he did was complain Delaney didn't write much by way of humility into Nicholas Newman's chara

  3. says:

    The book that started the Amethyst Trilogy Violent without uestion but eually thoughtful and darkThis series was designed to explore t

  4. says:

    Intriguing and disturbing this novel pulled you into an exotic plot about psychology murder and the Holocaust Written with style and panache the characters were interesting and uniuely drawn from the detective to the myste

  5. says:

    Frank Delaney is definitly a versatile writer I initially read his first novella My Dark Rosaleen which is set in Ireland This book is totally different a thriller set with sinister crimes of the Holocaust as the backdrop It has all the ingredients for a good thriller well written pace intrigue twists etc I could not put i

  6. says:

    The blurb on this book is not really that inspiring however I gave it a shot due to the whole Nazi element and everyone including me loves a good bit of Nazi intrigueIt starts off slow continues slow and sort of plods along till the end of the book comes which leaves you a little well let down I don't entirely know how I envisaged things ending but when I reached the end I really felt no emotional involvement at all in the story or its reso

  7. says:

    I was disappointed ultimately It was an interesting subject but I felt it was poorly plotted and with weak characters The only one I felt any empathy for didn't surface until much later in the bookI wanted to like the book but was ultimately left feeling unrewarded

  8. says:

    Hugely entertaining A superb blend of mystery suspense and writing style I couldn't put it downHow Delaney found the historical seed and developed such a plot idea I'll never know It's frightening that such events took placeA sobering and exciting read for all thriller lovers

  9. says:

    I read this years ago The main impression is one of creepiness as the narrator discovers a long hidden and ultimately horrifying secr

  10. says:

    thoroughly disturbing