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Blood on the Line (The Railway Detective #8) The Year Is 1855, And On The LNWR Train To London, A Criminal Is Being Escorted To His Appointment With The Hangman But The Wily Jeremy Oxley, Con Man, Thief And Murderer, Has One Last Ace Up His Sleeve A Beautiful And Ruthless Accomplice Willing To Do Anything To Save Her Lover, Including Committing Cold Blooded Murder.Inspector Robert Colbeck Is Dreaming Of His Impending Wedding To Madeleine Andrews As He Enters Superintendent Tallis S Office When He Learns That Oxley, His Nemesis, Has Once Again Escaped, Black Memories Of Their Shared Past Leave Him No Choice But To Do His Duty No Matter The Cost, He Must Bring The Murderous Oxley To Justice Once And For All.But Jeremy Oxley Is No Ordinary Adversary He Knows The Law Is On His Trail And Retreats To His Favourite Hunting Ground The Complex Web Of Railways, Sinews Of Empire, Where He Can Stalk His Prey It Spells Deadly Peril For The Famous Railway Detective.With The Faithful Victor Leeming At His Side And The Idealistic Young Ian Peebles At His Back, Colbeck Must Use All Of His Considerable Skill To Track His Elusive Enemy But Could Colbeck Have Finally Met His Match A Thrilling Chase Across Two Continents, Blood On The Line Brings The Fascinating World Of Victorian London Vividly To Life.REVIEWS Blood On The Line By Edward Marston Is Another Of The Intriguing Mysteries Set In England In The Late 1800 S The Railway Detective Inspector Robert Colbeck Is Up Against His Arch Nemesis Will This Be A Repeat Of The Horrors Of The Past Crimes This Time The Thief Murderer Has A Beautiful And Wily Accomplice, Who Complicates Immensely The Solving Of The Mystery Of Course Our Favorite Sidekick, Victor Leeming, Plays A Huge Part In Solving The Crime On The Train Railway Lovers Will Really Enjoy Helping Solve This One Bonnie Neely, Top Reviewer, 2012 08 This Is An Uncomplicated Plot With An Easy To Follow Investigative Process Whilst The Concluding Chapters Are Expertly And Concisely Written, One Is Left Feeling That Oxley May Yet Thwart Justice And Reappear In Another Colbeck Story Historical Novels Review

10 thoughts on “Blood on the Line (The Railway Detective #8)

  1. says:

    The eighth adventure of the railway detective, Detective Inspector Robert Colbeck, keeps up the tradition of superb thillers from the pen of Edward Marston.As always, well researched and with a great depth of character, Colbeck, with the invaluable assistance of his right hand man Sergeant Victor Leeming, chases down a criminal that he has long been after, even before his days on the railway And the reason that Colbeck is after him rankles with the detective to such a degree that it almost affe The eighth adventure of the ...

  2. says:

    Blood on the Line by Edward Marston 8 in the Railway Detective Inspector Robert Colbeck Series 1 2DescriptionJeremy Oxley is being transported from Wolverhampton to London to face trial for a string of offences but manages an audacious escape with the help of his lover, and two policemen are killed in the process Superintendent Tallis at Scotland Yard is livid and Inspector Robert Colbeck is determined to catch the man, particularly as he has strayed across Colbeck s path in the past But Blood on the Line by Edward Marston 8 in the Railway Detective Inspector Robert Colbeck Series 1 2DescriptionJeremy Oxley is being transported from Wolverhampton to London to face trial for a string of offences but manages an audacious escape with the help of his lover, and two policemen are killed in the process Superintendent Tallis at Scotland Yard is livid and Inspector Robert Colbeck...

  3. says:

    Not as good as previous Marston novels and the habit of calling each other by first names grated I am always surprised in eg Trollope and Dickens how even sometimes husbands and wives call each other Mr or Mrs and formality is paramount

  4. says:

    The 8th in Edward Marston s excellent series about Detective Inspector Richard Colbeck set in 1850 s England indeed have blood on the line Colbeck and his assistant Detective Sergeant Victor Leeming are called in after two cops get on a train with a handcuffed Jeremy Oxley who is a killer with no conscience in addition to being a thief...

  5. says:

    I like trains and Victorian England I cataloged this one at work the other day and got sucked in It s going fast, even if it s not exactly Sherlock Holmes I rounded up to two stars because I actually managed to finish this I can imagine worse books The mystery is nonexistent and the writin...

  6. says:

    Typical entry in the Colbeck series The dialog in this series has a particular style that might drive some people mad This is a series I have to be in the mood for.

  7. says:

    To date this is my favourite book in the railway detective series This one sees Robert faced with an old foe and boy does the story keep a good pace throughout.

  8. says:

    One of the best yet Fantastic ending.

  9. says:

    Really enjoying series each book brings the story a bitto life Recommended

  10. says:

    The story was brutal as was the murders murderers The continual whining of Constable Leeming, bullying of Superintendent Tallis, blustering of Caleb Andrews just was on my last nerve Seriously such unlikable men had me skipping over parts where they were featured.Inspector Colbeck has been after Jerry Oxley for many years, ever since Oxley abducted, tortured and murdered a witness to a robbery murder he had committed The young woman Colbeck were beginning to care The story was brutal as was the murders murderers The continual whining of Constable Leeming, bullying of Superintendent Tallis, blustering of Caleb Andrews just was on my last nerve Seriously such unlikable men had me skipping over parts where they were featured.Inspector Colbeck has been after Jerry Oxley for many years, ever since Oxley abducted, tortured and murdered a witness to a robbery murder he had committed The young woman Colbeck were beginning to care for each other, when she was abducted by Oxley and Colbeck has never been able to let it go.Ox...

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