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The Gate Keeper (Inspector Ian Rutledge #20) On A Deserted Road, Late At Night, Scotland Yard S Ian Rutledge Encounters A Frightened Woman Standing Over A Body, Launching An Inquiry That Leads Him Into The Lair Of A Stealthy Killer And The Dangerous Recesses Of His Own Memories In This Twentieth Installment Of The Acclaimed New York Times Bestselling Series.Hours After His Sister S Wedding, A Restless Ian Rutledge Drives Aimlessly, Haunted By The Past, And Narrowly Misses A Motorcar Stopped In The Middle Of A Desolate Road Standing Beside The Vehicle Is A Woman With Blood On Her Hands And A Dead Man At Her Feet.She Swears She Didn T Kill Stephen Wentworth A Stranger Stepped Out In Front Of Their Motorcar, And Without Warning, Fired A Single Shot Before Vanishing Into The Night But There Is No Trace Of Him And The Shaken Woman Insists It All Happened So Quickly, She Never Saw The Man S Face.Although He Is A Witness After The Fact, Rutledge Persuades The Yard To Give Him The Inquiry, Since He S On The Scene But Is He Seeking Justice Or Fleeing Painful Memories In London Wentworth Was Well Liked, Yet His Bitter Family Paint A Malevolent Portrait, Calling Him A Murderer But Who Did Wentworth Kill Is His Death Retribution Or Has His Companion Lied Wolf Pit, His Village, Has A Notorious History In Medieval Times, The Last Wolf In England Was Killed There When A Second Suspicious Death Occurs, The Evidence Suggests That A Dangerous Predator Is On The Loose, And That Death Is Closer Than Rutledge Knows.

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  • ebook
  • 320 pages
  • The Gate Keeper (Inspector Ian Rutledge #20)
  • Charles Todd
  • English
  • 23 October 2018
  • 0062678736

10 thoughts on “The Gate Keeper (Inspector Ian Rutledge #20)

  1. says:

    I found The Gate Keeper to be aenjoyable book to read than Racing the Devil, the previous book in the series The story is definitelycompelling in this book and the mystery of the man killed by a stranger in the night on a desolated road is perplexing It s the kind of mystery where much of the investigation hangs on interviews of those around the dead man Which to be honest, can be a bit of a problem when a book s story isn t that engaging This book handles that in a good way, alt I found The Gate Keeper to be aenjoyable book to read than Racing the Devil, the previous book in the series The story is definitelycompelling in this book and the mystery of the man killed by a stranger in the night on a desolated road is perplexing It s the kind of mystery where much of ...

  2. says:

    This book is one of the better reads, in this most excellent and one of my favorite series Rutledge not only wrestles with his own demons, but has a real stumper of a case, that he actually stumbles upon I was pretty much stumped, as well, which keeps me reading longer I know, f...

  3. says:

    Usually enjoy every plot device in the Ian Rutledge series, but this one went a few hiccups too far Still a fan, but am unable to endorse the nonsense Ian got up to in order to bring to justice the murderer of three men.Anywayit starts with his sister s wedding and then Ian s unconsc...

  4. says:

    It s hard to believe this is book twenty in this most excellent series about a Scotland Yard Inspector struggling to maintain his career while secretly suffering from shell shock What happened on the battlefield in World War I literally haunts Ian Rutledge At times it seems the character hasn t made many advances in recovering from his mental trauma and yet when I look back on the serie...

  5. says:

    First Sentence Ian Rutledge drove through the night, his mind only partly on the road unwinding before him.After leaving his sister s wedding, restlessness sends Inspector Ian Rutledge driving on deserted roads in the middle of the night It doesn t expect to come across a stopped motorcar, a dead man, and a woman with blood on her hands who claims an unknown man suddenly appeared in front of their car and shot her companion, Stephen Wentworth Rutledge takes on the investigation for Scotland Y...

  6. says:

    This is 3.5 stars, but I can t round it up because it becomes redundant And not only to Ian s mental states either It tends to repeat witness or interviewee questioning answers over and over and over again Sometimes with the very same hostile characters who instead of helping the police find their son s or their friend s murderer, feel the need to berate Ian instead In point of fact, he gets called out and insulted to his purpose, placement, results, associations all of those And not just This is 3.5 stars, but I can t round it up because it becomes redundant And not only to Ian s mental states either It tends to repeat witness or interviewee questioning answers over and over and over again Sometimes with the very same hostile characters who instead of helping the police find their son s or their friend s murderer, feel the need to berate Ian instead In point of fact, h...

  7. says:

    I really had no idea where this mystery was going I enjoy Ian Rutledge s character and character I did miss Hamish a bit as I felt his presence wasn t as much in this story I wish we could get Ian a love interest.

  8. says:

    One of the best entries in this good series It really becomes a page turner at the end The author s take s the reader through every step that Rutledge takes as an investigator, so everything is foreshadowed and there are plenty of red herrings and places for the reader s imagination to go as Rutledge works to solve the mystery As things come together, nothing seems like too much of a coincidence, because the author s show s all the detective s work along the way, but things only rarely se One of the best entries in this good series It really becomes a page turner at the end The author s take s the reader through every step th...

  9. says:

    Ian Rutledge again pulled me right into the story held my attention until the final resolution Perhaps the vilest bad mother of all time figures in this story, the mother of the 1st murder victim Ian himself is wonderful as usual so is Melinda Crawford A suggestion of a romantic possibility ...

  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It s beginning to seem that in most of these books, the culprit isn t introduced until the final chapters All of the people in the majority of the story are never the guilty ones Anyway, just a perception.

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