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I would say there is a little bit of pain relief but mostly it's all mental deadhea Deadhead OG with emphasis on "OG. Deadhead is fast acting, and the OG doesn't defer too long before relaxation begins. I recommend this strain for late afternoon pick-me-ups, post-workout relaxation, stretchin Hands down, my favorite strain and I've tried a lot.
It's a preference but it's also because it's so damn good. I enjoy the overall experience -- taste, smoke, smell, buzz, medicinal effects -- when smoking "Deadhead" OG Kush. There's no other strain I love this strain. Pascoe is left by Dalziel, who has to go off to a conference on PC policing, to discover whether or not a rose aficionado is behind a series of murders made to look like accidents.
But there's something about the two books in this series that make it something of a slog to get through. I don't think it's pacing; I'm not sure what it is.
A good book, even if something about it makes me want to set the b Pascoe is left by Dalziel, who has to go off to a conference on PC policing, to discover whether or not a rose aficionado is behind a series of murders made to look like accidents. A good book, even if something about it makes me want to set the book aside after every chapter.
Jul 23, J. Merwin rated it it was amazing. Truly wonderful read! In Deadheads the murderer is not only not arrested by the police, he successfully outwits them; moreover, he and his probably innocent wife reappear in later novels in the series as happy, successful subsidiary characters, his wife a good friend of Detective Pascoe's wife Ellie i view spoiler [In my limited experience, Hill is remarkable not unique, but somewhat rare among mystery authors I know of.
In Deadheads the murderer is not only not arrested by the police, he successfully outwits them; moreover, he and his probably innocent wife reappear in later novels in the series as happy, successful subsidiary characters, his wife a good friend of Detective Pascoe's wife Ellie in Arms and the Women and one or two others, and Peter Pascoe 's thoughts express a certain embarrassment that he ever suspected Patrick of guilt of the murderers earlier- at the time of "Deadheads", that is.
In some other novels in the series, the villain escapes arrest or is arrested but not convicted, and then As to yea or nay, quite liked this book - as I have most of Hill's novels since recently finding out about him; have only read it once, so far, though some of the others in this series I have read at least twice.
This is one man. I now come to think, almost every writer writes such a character once, one who gets away. Usually a master manipulator. Keigo Higashino wrote similar characters in "Under the midnight sun".
Despite that apparent dissatisfaction as a reader that your protagonists don't solve the crime s and get a dangerous man, the book was pleasure to read.
A fast read, in fact. There's much to recommend besides an intriguing criminal and other interesting characters. There's also a new Asian-origin cadet Shaheed Singh who is eager to make his mark as a policeman but is, at the same time, at constant receiving end of 'friendly' racism in force.
View 1 comment. An unengaging intrigue regarding a man, Patrick Aldermann, who appears to have had a bit too much luck in life. People in his way have a tendency to die. One of Patrick's co-workers raises his suspicions to the police and Peter Pascoe starts to investigate to see if he can find any sort of evidence to confirm them.
This is long-winded, boring and contrived. It is difficult to believe that the police, even in the eighties, would have so little to do that they would time and effort into investigat An unengaging intrigue regarding a man, Patrick Aldermann, who appears to have had a bit too much luck in life.
It is difficult to believe that the police, even in the eighties, would have so little to do that they would time and effort into investigating idle gossip. It's not badly written and I suppose I'll be listening to more Reginald Hill mysteries eventually. Jan 16, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery , library-books.
This is a mystery novel that takes the unusual course of having our detectives not be able to bring the killer to justice. Strangely, this doesn't make for an unsatisfying novel, although since the book does end with Ellie Pascoe being rather good friends with the wife of the suspected killer, I do wonder if this is a setup for belated justice to be served in a later book.
Unusual aspects aside, I found this a very enjoyable read. It's got lots of great characters, with even relatively minor fig This is a mystery novel that takes the unusual course of having our detectives not be able to bring the killer to justice. It's got lots of great characters, with even relatively minor figures like new police cadet Saheed Singh coming across as real people.
Colin Buchanan's narration of this highly convoluted and complex crime novel is sheer delight. All of the well-known characters appear, and some new ones enter stage left, to allow Peter and Elli, and Sergeant Wield's personal lives to become apparent to the listener. Andy Dalziel continues to be arrogant, bombastic, genially racist, attractive to some women, and sometimes sensitive to others. Aug 18, Thejelman rated it really liked it.
Standard Hill fare with a rather unusual and quite impressive twist at the end. Some reviewers seemed to be disappointed that someone can get away with murder but I think that reflects real life and that Hill should be commended for it. Dalziel on decent form but still rather too much of the annoying Ellie Pascoe for my taste. This to me was a classic four-and-a-half stars but as I can't award that I've gone for four.
A little disappointing. Ideally it's Pascoe and Dalziel together, and there was very little of that. I did like the rose theme. Jul 09, Margaret L. I love this series!
Once I discovered it I think this was the first one I read , I would read each entry in the series as it came out, in pre-Kindle days. I'm looking forward to re-reading them all as they become available in ebook format. Reginald Hill was a master who passed too soon and is sorely missed. Jun 12, Cybercrone rated it it was ok. Was actually quite a good story, but if I want to read about serial murderers getting away with their crimes I could go and buy a newspaper for a buck, and save the money I spend on books.
That just really spoils my day!! Creepy in its own right. Really creepy! Oct 22, Owlsinger rated it liked it. The librarian said, as she handed me the book, "I'm not sure I like this author; the good guys don't always win.
Definitely enjoyed it, but - to her - "QED". Dec 18, M rated it it was ok.Deadhead, like many of Shaun Hutsons later books, inhabits that murky world between crime and horror fiction. His early work was unashamedly horror, and often horror of an over the top and quite silly variety. Killer slugs, undead babies and zombie hitmen all feature in novels packed with disgustingly detailed gore and wrapped in lurid covers/5(15).