The Way Through The Woods (Inspector Morse, #10)



The Way Through The Woods (Inspector Morse, #10) CunningYour Imagination Will Be Frenetically Flapping Its Wings Until The Very Last Chapter THE WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLDMorse Is Enjoying A Rare If Unsatisfying Holiday In Dorset When The First Letter Appears In THE TIMES A Year Before, A Stunning Swedish Student Disappeared From Oxfordshire, Leaving Behind A Rucksack With Her Identification As The Lady Was Dishy, Young, And Traveling Alone, The Thames Valley Police Suspected Foul Play But Without A Body, And With Precious Few Clues, The Investigation Ground To A Halt Now It Seems That Someone Who Can Hold Back No Longer Is Composing Clue Laden Poetry That Begins An Enthusiastic Correspondence Among England S News Reading Public Not One To Be Left Behind, Morse Writes A Letter Of His Own And Follows A Twisting Path Through The Wytham Woods That Leads To A Most Shocking Murder.

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • The Way Through The Woods (Inspector Morse, #10)
  • Colin Dexter
  • English
  • 03 February 2017
  • 0804111421

10 thoughts on “The Way Through The Woods (Inspector Morse, #10)

  1. James Thane says:

    Oxford s Chief Inspector Morse rarely ever takes a holiday but here we find him vacationing in Dorset when a letter appears in The Times offering a clue to the whereabouts of a young female Swedish student, Karin Erikksson, who disappeared in Oxfordshire nearly a year earlier She was never seen again and is presumed dead The letter writer suggests where the body might be found This leads to a series of letters published in the paper attempting to interpret the clues that the original writer h Oxford s Chief Inspector Morse rarely ever takes a holiday but here we find him vacationing in Dorset when a letter appears in The Times offering a clue to the whereabouts of a young female Swedish student, Karin Erikksson, who disappeared in Oxfordshire nearly a year earlier She was never seen again and is presumed dead The letter writer suggests where the body might be found This leads to a series of letters published in the paper attempting to interpret the clues...

  2. Jean says:

    The Way Through the Woods is the tenth novel in the Inspector Morse series, and won the Gold Dagger Award in 1992 It is perhaps the quintessential Morse novel Its title, part of the couplet,There once was a way through the woodsBefore they planted the trees is taken from a poem by Rudyard Kipling In the novel Colin Dexter continues his predilection for starting each chapter with a quotation They are not all from literary sources, however They ca...

  3. Bettie☯ says:

    Read by Michael PenningtonTotal Runtime 8 hours 24 minsDescription They called her the Swedish Maiden the beautiful young tourist who disappeared on a hot summer s day somewhere in North Oxford Twelve months later the case remained unsolved pending further developments at Thames Valley CID On holiday in Lyme Regis, Chief Inspector Morse is startled to read a tantalizing article in The Times about the missing woman An article which lures him back to Wytham W Read by Michael PenningtonTotal Runtime 8 hours 24 minsDescription They called her the Swedish Maiden the beautiful young tourist who disappeared on a hot summer s day somewhere in North Oxford Twelve months later the case remained unsolved pending further developments at Thames Valley CID On holiday in Lyme Regis, Chief Inspector Morse is startled to read a tantalizing article in The Times about the missing woman An article which lures him back to Wytham Woods near Oxfordand straig...

  4. Rupali Rotti says:

    Maybe I m not eligible to rate this book because this book went bouncer over my head The last book I read of Colin Dexter, The Dead of Jericho, forced me to go back and search for specific words hints the author had planted earlier in the story narration So for this book, I tried to remember every word instance that the author had written in the beginning But this book is so long around 500 pages that after some time I became tired of trying to remember everything, because my efforts were n Maybe I m not eligible to rate this book because this book went bouncer over my head The last book I read of Colin Dexter, The Dead of Jericho, forced me to go back and search for specific words hints the author had planted earlier in the story narration So for this book, I tried to remember every word instance that the author had written in the beginning But this book is so long around 500 pages that after some time I became tired of trying to remember everything, because my efforts were not proving useful because all those things were not being referenced used for solving the mystery.Another thing I didnt like about this book was that most of the book has been told from Morse s perspective we kinda travel with Morse Still, there are a lot of things the author keeps from the readers in terms of clues that Morse comes across or thin...

  5. Susan Johnson says:

    This is my favorite Morse book so far It had an interesting mystery and for once, Morse wasn t on a lot of goose chases He was enjoying himself on vacation and loathe to return to solve the mystery of the disappearance of the blond, gorgeous Swedish hitchhiker Personally, I would...

  6. Yngvild says:

    The Way Through the Woods is a classic Inspector Morse murder mystery We have Morse s drinking problems, his overt and inevitably doomed attempts at wooing the female characters, and his beetling down every wrong track he can find until he triumphantly identifies the killer Colin Dexter s novel is held together by a mysterious poem that is sent anonymously to the Times, presumably by the killer of a backpacking Swedish student Morse s devious mind unravels the clues in the poem one by one wi The Way Through the Woods is a classic Inspector Morse murder mystery We have Morse s drinking problems, his overt and inevitably doomed attempts at wooing the female characters, and his beetling down every wrong track he can find until he triumphantly identifies the killer Colin Dexter s novel is held together by a mysterious poem that is sent anonymously to the Times, presumably by the killer of a backpacking Swedish student...

  7. Neja says:

    I like a crime book with a good twist I always hate it when I find out by myself who did it, who is the murderer And this book surprised me I had no idea who the killer was I read a few books written by Colin Dexter a few years ago, I decided to exploreof his books He really is a good wri...

  8. Steve says:

    My first acquaintance with Inspector Morse, and I liked the guy For much of the book, I wondered if this review would be three or four stars What won me over after a slow start was Dexter s fine writing and the development of both Morse and his partner and fellow police officer Lewis The story surrounds the disappearance of a lovely Swedish young woman about a year before the story takes place The general conclusion is that she has been murdered and it s only when a mysterious poem alluding My first acquaintance with Inspector Morse, and I liked the guy For much of the book, I wondered if this review would be three or four stars What won me over after a slow start was Dexter s fine writing and the development of both Morse and his partner and fellow police officer Lewis The story surrounds the disappearance of a lovely Swedish young woman about a year before the story takes place The general conclusion is that she has been murdered and it s only when a mysterious poem alluding to that Swedish Maiden appears in the newspaper that effort is once again applied to the case Morse meets a woman of interesting profession while on vacation, and eventually, men who know her and her agency and how the Maiden s disappearance fits with that Withoutdetail, diligence and patience on the part of Morse bring in...

  9. Dolly says:

    This book was chosen by my local library for the book club selection of the month I didn t finish it before the meeting nor did I go, but I m planning on attendingbook club meetings in the future and I appreciate the opportunity to read new books that I might not have picked out on my own This story was a bit heavier on the sex, alcohol and violence than I typically like I mof a cozy mystery fan , but it was a fascinating tale and I enjoyed the English setting The story was fai This book was chosen by my local library for the book club selection of the month I didn t finish it before the meeting nor did I go, but I m planning on attendingbook club meetings in ...

  10. Paula says:

    I live for British detective novels, and the Inspector Morse series, set in Oxfordshire, is just well written and literate if not actually literary enough to alleviate some genre guilt At the same time, this entry in the series revolves around a porn ring, so it s not all snooty Oxford shenanagins, either Be forewarned everyone in this series is always eating cheese san...

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