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    The Coroner: A Coroner Jenny Cooper Novel 1

    Liam Bouchard 8 episodes, Ross Khalighi 8 episodes, Taylor Kim 6 episodes, Neil Sharma 6 episodes, Malik Abed 5 episodes, Inter-church rivalry adds spice to the case. Characterisation: An excellent feature of the book. We meet a rich collection of characters ranging from Lords of the Realm through to the down-and-outs and psychopaths. The characters include also evangelists, lawyers and priests, all convincing.

    Jenny is a well-drawn character, though she stretches credulity at times - on the one hand a hard-nosed professional, on the other a woman who relies on medication to get through the day and abuses that medication as well - a modern-day version of the hard-drinking, hard-living PI of yesteryear, a loner stricken by dysfunctional relationships.

    Setting and Description: Set in or near Bristol and also Monmouthshire. However the book is surprisingly poorly produced, considering it comes from Pan Macmillan. She is also dealing with repressed memories of a tragic event in her childhood while coping with her dementing father. Read another by same author? Quite likely Rating 8. Jun 23, Nicky Warwick rated it liked it. Meanwhile Jenny's personal life is still in turmoil. A recently recovered memory of a childhood trauma is dug up by those who wish to silence her.

    Nov 16, Pat rated it really liked it. To me, this was the best of the three Jenny Cooper novels. Perhaps because I know her better. Now I see her differently as a strong and determined woman carrying a burden and coming to terms with her emotional insecurities. Aug 25, Sandy rated it really liked it Shelves: british-fiction , thought-provoking , full-of-interesting-facts , heart-wrenching , police-mystery , strong-sense-of-place , much-philosophizing , much-talking-fiction , downer , forensic-mystery. A very captivating work of fiction.

    I have read some of these he comments about it he book being implausible or unrealistic. It is fiction! It is a good story. It held my interest from beginning to end.

    ISBN 13: 9780330526623

    The author's use of language was masterful. Aug 18, Anne Fenn rated it really liked it Shelves: crime-fiction. It's a lot more complex, gritty world here. Teeny bit much legalise at times but overall a very entertaining read.

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    Jun 18, Peggi Warner-lalonde rated it really liked it. Oct 09, Vanessa rated it it was amazing.

    A second read but still had me gripped!! Mar 09, David Highton rated it liked it. Our fearless but psychologically flawed Coroner again challenges police conclusions. I had beome a bit fed up with her approach to her problems after two books and in the beginning of this third book I began to get irritated. However, the strength of the narrative and the gradual resolution of the cause of her personal problems overcame my initial concern.

    Aug 31, Lizzie Hayes rated it it was amazing. ISBN: Severn Vale District Coroner Jenny Cooper is called to a cemetery in Bristol where the naked body of a man has been discovered — the sign of the cross scored into his flesh. Returning to her office Jenny is confronted with Father Lucas Starr who entreats Jenny to look into the death of an ex-porno star, reborn again, high profile political campaigner, Eve Donaldson for whom Paul Craven has been sentenced for her murder - but did he do? Father Starr begs Jenny to interview Paul Craven herself, convinced that once she meets him she will be certain of his innocence.

    Jenny decides to order a final post mortem on Eve Donaldson, little knowing that investigating the death will lead her into conflict with influential people who have a lot to lose should she delve too deeply into The Mission Church of God. As she pursues her enquiries she comes up against blank walls, but when she discovers that two other recent deaths, including the man found in the cemetery are also members of the same religious organisation she begins to suspect a link to the death of Eve Donaldson.

    The odds are stacked against Jenny, as attempts to silence her come from several sources.

    But Jenny is undeterred as she seeks the truth Jenny is still seeing Dr Allen for her own problems, and whilst a recent visit to her father who is suffering from dementia has resulted in a startling revelation, she is reluctant to share this information with Dr Allen. All she says is that she is now coping. But she is aware that it is only her medication that is holding her demons at bay — they are still lurking at the margins of her subconscious — waiting in the shadows. Jenny is formidable on one level, that of a coroner - her questioning and control of the inquest is skilful, but she is fragile on a personal level, looking to fall apart at any moment.

    She constantly pops pills and it is clear that without pills she cannot function. A compelling read, as a young woman with personal demons doggedly chips away as she seeks truth and justice. With plenty of court room drama and a satisfying conclusion this books is highly recommended. First Sentence: Jenny was drinking cordial by the stream at the end of her overgrown garden, watching a school of tiny brown trout flick this way and that, quick as lightning.

    District Coroner Jenny Cooper is asked by Father Lucus Starr to look into the death of Eve Donaldson, an ex-porn star who professed to be born again and became a crusader against pornography and as a spokesperson for the Mission Church of God. When Jenny discovers two other recent deaths also have links to the church, she First Sentence: Jenny was drinking cordial by the stream at the end of her overgrown garden, watching a school of tiny brown trout flick this way and that, quick as lightning. When Jenny discovers two other recent deaths also have links to the church, she becomes more determined to find the truth; even though there are those who do everything they can to prevent it.

    In her personal life, it seems the blank spot in the memory of her childhood may not remain blank much longer. The question is whether Jenny will be able to deal with what she finds there. There are definite strengths and weaknesses here. A good courtroom scene, with its questioning and working to find the truth through verbal exchange, can be as gripping and exciting as any chase down a dark alley.

    Hall writes these scenes very well. I also find it fascinating to learn the way in which a British court of inquiry works and its scope of power and responsibility. I should love to see that be the end of that and Jenny grow into a stronger character. Altogether, it is a good read with some very strong moments.

    I am actually curious to see where the series goes from here, which is a recommendation in itself.

    Jul 06, Nick Davies rated it liked it Shelves: There were a lot of good things about this British crime mystery connected suicides of two male members of a church group, and the murder of an ex-pornstar who was involved in the same church as well as politics from the POV of a professionally impressive but personally flawed woman coroner - it was of a decent literary quality, the plot was ambitious and kept me interested for the majority of the book, the characters were generally thoroughly painted, complex and real.

    Alas though there were a There were a lot of good things about this British crime mystery connected suicides of two male members of a church group, and the murder of an ex-pornstar who was involved in the same church as well as politics from the POV of a professionally impressive but personally flawed woman coroner - it was of a decent literary quality, the plot was ambitious and kept me interested for the majority of the book, the characters were generally thoroughly painted, complex and real. Alas though there were aspects I didn't like quite so much - though the author's depiction of the central character was given a lot of effort, I didn't quite understand or hence believe the role of a coroner as detective unravelling a whole set of interconnected mysteries, and I didn't really warm to her due to the vacillations between deeply troubled neurotic woman and kick-ass super efficient ballsy intelligent faultless heroine coroner.

    The pace was also a bit odd in places.. I'm aware I might just not have been in the mood, I'll give the author another chance, they're clearly an accomplished writer.. Nov 22, Elaine rated it liked it. The most compelling part of this book is the uncovering of some of Jenny's past. Since book one she's been struggling with intense anxiety and some of the reasons behind that are becoming uncovered in "The Redeemed. Two separate cases are before Jenny: She is asked to look into the death of a one-time porn star now said to have a relationship with Christ.

    At the same time, she is looking into the death of a male psych nurse. As with Hall's previous books in the series, this one is slig The most compelling part of this book is the uncovering of some of Jenny's past. As with Hall's previous books in the series, this one is slightly intriguing and somewhat confusing.

    This audio version's narrator has a British accent adding realism to the English locale while at the same time causing a bit of difficulty for this non-British listener. I like the gumption Jenny displays in her position as coroner. She's not likely to take no for an answer.

    As in the first two in the series, this one is left unfinished. We don't know who the DNA belongs to that was found on the male victim and there was also more that wasn't explained. You have to love this character of coroner Jenny Cooper to stick with this series. This is the third book now and it is basically more of the same. Suspicious death everyone in the ministry, the police and wealthy interests want a quick inquest and minimal press attention.

    Those of us familiar with M R Hall's character know this will not happen. More insights into Jenny's troubled past, difficult social life and threats from her employers. However, this novel is worth the reading as the author i You have to love this character of coroner Jenny Cooper to stick with this series. However, this novel is worth the reading as the author is an excellent storyteller and certainly once the last third of the book races in a novel hard to put down.

    Plenty of thrills and increasing suspense which produce an original plot albeit in this formula Hall has made his own. The character of Jenny Cooper is flawed but in the process we have a real person we care about and it is in creating her that this author has achieved a successful series I for one will seek out and continue to read with genuine pleasure. Aug 03, Deanna Mayhood rated it really liked it. After the shocking last words from the previous book, I couldn't open this one fast enough!

    I just had to know what was meant by Jenny Cooper's father's comment about her cousin. I had also found myself quite wrapped up in the series, despite not being sure I could like Jenny enough to care what happens to her as she searches for the truth in deaths. I was not disappointed in this book, and the more I read of Jenny Cooper, the more I find myself sympathising -and empathising- with her.

    The story After the shocking last words from the previous book, I couldn't open this one fast enough! The story is fast-paced and the clues come in a manner that allow the reader to attempt to solve the mysteries along with our progatonist, and while not written perfectly, it is a great read, as the other books have been. My only disgust with the book is Jenny's inability to open up to a lover fully; she may be 'broken,' and she tries in these books to make herself better, but I am frustrated with her temper.

    Oh well, if nothing else, it makes her all the more a human character. Apr 27, Nathan Medley rated it really liked it. As I could not get hold of M. In a way, I was disappointed I did this as some of the plot of the second book became very apparent in The Redeemed, However I began to loose interest in the book as the plot seemed to go stale and become predictable, consequently was ready to close the book and take it back to the library, sudd As I could not get hold of M.

    I began to loose interest in the book as the plot seemed to go stale and become predictable, consequently was ready to close the book and take it back to the library, suddenly, the courtroom drama, Jenny Cooper so excellently executes, became very intense, and I was once again gripped by M. R Halls portrayal of shady solicitors, indecent Police officers and the seekers of truth, at one section of the book, I felt like this story had become reality and I found myself literally shaking in excitement at the suspense!!

    I can not wait for my reservation of The Disappeared to arrive! Jul 08, Helen rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , from-public-library. Third in the series. The cliffhanger at the end of the second is resolved, more or less could it still come back to haunt Jenny? There is another one, a hint that the fate of Alec from the previous book might not be straightforward. I like the geographical background I especially like the idea of people having cloak-and-dagger meetings at Tintern Abbey! This story involves two different churches, both of which are a bit sinister.

    The priest is annoying and sinister despite apparently being o Third in the series. The priest is annoying and sinister despite apparently being on the side of the righteous. The workings of the coroner's court are interesting - no idea whether it is often as dramatic and convoluted as this but I suspect not. Behind the plot of this novel is a thread which has emerged in the earlier works, the suspicious behaviour of the establishment and the lengths to which it might go to cover things up.

    It seems rather exaggerated - but who knows? Feb 12, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: read Another fantastic crime writer. I had heard of this author and have another of her books on my To Read shelf so picked this book up randomly in the library. I am a bit annoyed to find that it is book number three in a series of books but will be going back to discover the previous ones as the writing was so good. The books follow a coroner, jenny Cooper, and the cases that she gets involved in.

    The book also followed the personal life of Jenny and has multiple storylines all running together. Thi Another fantastic crime writer. This book follows the deaths of two people who, on first inspection, do not appear to be related but as the investigation continues the parallels of their lives emerge. I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading more in the series. Aug 03, Angela Free rated it liked it. Well I've finally found out what happened in Jenny's childhood! I didn't feel as enthralled by this book as I did the previous two.

    Maybe because I've 'read them in quick succession, or maybe because I had to leave it for a few days I dropped it in the bath and it took 3 days to dry out in the airing cupboard. I've got The Flight ready to read in the pile next to my bed but I'm gonna change genre for a spell first, then hopefully I can get back into the Jenny Cooper series like I did when I fi Well I've finally found out what happened in Jenny's childhood! I've got The Flight ready to read in the pile next to my bed but I'm gonna change genre for a spell first, then hopefully I can get back into the Jenny Cooper series like I did when I first began reading.

    May 24, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: kindle-books , read The third book in the series and Jenny Cooper still irritates the hell out of me, but there is something in the books, the writing that keeps drawing me back for more. In this instalment Jenny comes face to face with her past and discovers the reason for her memory block from early childhood. This time I got bored with the courtroom drama and felt at times it became farcical. I admit to getting a bit lost with all the characters at one point and had to re-read portions of the book to clarify who The third book in the series and Jenny Cooper still irritates the hell out of me, but there is something in the books, the writing that keeps drawing me back for more.

    I admit to getting a bit lost with all the characters at one point and had to re-read portions of the book to clarify who was who. I'm hoping for a more balanced Jenny Cooper in the fourth book! May 19, JackieB rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , crime. This had a really intruiging plot, which moved along at a good pace.

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    Not breakneck, but not dragging either. I also thought the characters were complex and well developed. Lots of things were not quite what they seemed at first, so the readers understanding of the situation developed and changed a lot as the plot progressed, which made the plot really absorbing. This is the third book in the series though and I think this is definitely a series which should be read in oorder if you want to get th This had a really intruiging plot, which moved along at a good pace.

    This is the third book in the series though and I think this is definitely a series which should be read in oorder if you want to get the most from it. I think the first book in the series is Coroner. Although the plot of the story was intense and gripping, there were moments towards the end of the book where I felt that characters were being introduced purely because there was no other way for the story to come to a close. There were also many grammatical errors in the text, which bothered me quite a lot.

    Despite the fact I would recommend reading this book, I wouldn't recommend paying the full price for it; great story idea but poorly executed. I couldnt put it down until towards the end. Very fast paced throughout, and there was still pretty good character development. Beat up on organized religion a little too much - too easy and done before. After a few days of thinking it over, I realize the book was formulaic, but still fun. I'd recommend it for an airplane ride or waiting at the DMV.

    I will read others by this author to see if he develops more of the jenny cooper character.