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In George's deftly plotted, highly atmospheric bestseller, forensic analyst Simon St. James investigates the death of an English vicar.
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"A totally satisfying mystery experience."—Denver Post
"[George] proves that the classiest crime writers are true novelists."—The New York Times
"Layered, intricate...deftly plotted, highly atmospheric."—Publishers Weekly
"Perhaps Ms. George's most satisfying puzzle yet...this rich, intricate novel is a perfect choice for anyone in the market for first-rate summer fiction."—The Sun, Baltimore
Inspector Lynley, book 6
This is one captivating and intricate mystery, with it, Ms George has given us a brilliantly plotted story that reaches emotional levels deeper... Read more
Missing Joseph is a powerful story about what it means to be a human being, a parent, a lover, a friend, a daughter and someone who misuses others. Read morePublished on Dec 6 2008 by Donald Mitchell
I classify mystery writers into three categories. First there is Sue Grafton and her alphabet series, always a casual, enjoyable read without a lot of thinking. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2003 by Avid Reader
This is an excellent, deeply atmospheric novel. The supporting characters are developed in a great deal of detail and they are given the chance to reveal themselves slowly and to... Read morePublished on May 9 2003 by Martha E. Nelson
Missing Joseph is the first Elizabeth George book that I've read. I do plan to read others, particularly in the Lynley/Havers series. Read morePublished on Dec 26 2002 by A reader
Elizabeth George has some of the best prose in the business. It's elegant and evocative. But it's so long winded! Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2002 by RachelWalker
This was my first George novel. I found the story intriguing, and it certainly kept me turning pages, but I have to concur, "Get on with it! Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2001 by evelyn johnston