Death Has Deep Roots

Death Has Deep Roots The woman was young French and on trial for murdering a man said to be her ex lover and the father of her dead child an English major who had been one of the great heroes of the French Underground R

  • Title: Death Has Deep Roots
  • Author: MichaelGilbert
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The woman was young, French, and on trial for murdering a man said to be her ex lover and the father of her dead child an English major who had been one of the great heroes of the French Underground Resistance during the war Mr Macrea, hired to be her attorney on the first day of the trial, must find a way to prove her innocence in only one week And he must dig deeplyThe woman was young, French, and on trial for murdering a man said to be her ex lover and the father of her dead child an English major who had been one of the great heroes of the French Underground Resistance during the war Mr Macrea, hired to be her attorney on the first day of the trial, must find a way to prove her innocence in only one week And he must dig deeply into the past to prove it.

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    About “MichaelGilbert”

    1. MichaelGilbert

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Born in Lincolnshire in 1912, Michael Francis Gilbert was educated in Sussex before entering the University of London where he gained an LLB with honours in 1937 Gilbert was a founding member of the British Crime Writers Association, and in 1988 he was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America an achievement many thought long overdue He won the Life Achievement Anthony Award at the 1990 Boucheron in London, and in 1980 he was knighted as a Commander in the Order of the British Empire Gilbert made his debut in 1947 with Close Quarters, and since then has become recognized as one of our most versatile British mystery writers.He was the father of Harriett Gilbert.

    357 thoughts on “Death Has Deep Roots”

    1. Another very good book by Michael Gilbert. It combines court room drama taking place in London with suspenseful investigative action taking place in France. Much of the book consists of chapters alternating between the "cerebral" legal drama in London and the more "muscular" action in France. I found that structure quite enjoyable. As typical of Gilbert, the writing is stylistically excellent, and offers occasional bits of dry British humor. I do not rate this book as among Gilbert's very best, [...]


    2. Michael Gilbert was a highly regarded British crime writer, writing after WWII and for the next 40 years. Anyone interested in the history of British crime writing has to include Gilbert on a to-read list. Death Has Deep Roots is one of his earlier works and features a post-WWII plot of an English courier missing in France. leaving behind a mistress who later is accused of murder. Gilbert was a lawyer, and the novel centers on the trial and the determination of the accused's lawyer to free her. [...]


    3. Stayed up late to finish this one. British courtroom drama that revolves around what happened on a French farm during World War II. I thought the last 1/4 of the book kind of lost steam, but it was still an enjoyable read. I wouldn't recommend going out of your way to find it, but if you come across it, it was fun.





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