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Bitter Fruits Detective Inspector Erica Martin s first case in the university city of Durham is Emily Brabents, a first year student, who is found dead in the riverDI Martin visits Joyce College, a cradle for the country s future elite, and finds a close knit community full of secrets, jealousy and obsessionHer search reveals a vicious online trolling culture but could Emily, from the privileged and popular crowd, have been a victim Should the sudden confession to the murder by the student president be believed And just who is the mysterious Daniel Shepherd whose name keeps appearing in the investigation ➷ [Reading] ➹ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen ➬ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk a first year student ❴KINDLE❵ ❆ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk who is found dead in the riverDI Martin visits Joyce College ❮Reading❯ ➳ Good People in an Evil Time ➬ Author Svetlana Broz – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk a cradle for the country s future elite [EPUB] ✵ On a Day Like This By Peter Stamm – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and finds a close knit community full of secrets ➫ [Ebook] ➦ Heart to Start By Derek Handley ➶ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk jealousy and obsessionHer search reveals a vicious online trolling culture but could Emily [BOOKS] ⚣ Light without Fire By Scott Korb – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk from the privileged and popular crowd [Ebook] ➠ Secrecy By Rupert Thomson – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk have been a victim Should the sudden confession to the murder by the student president be believed And just who is the mysterious Daniel Shepherd whose name keeps appearing in the investigation



10 thoughts on “Bitter Fruits

  1. says:

    Bitter Fruits is an impressive debut novel which is both police procedural and part psychological thriller and proves gripping, eerily atmospheric and sheds light on the inescapable pressures and strains that come with being thrown into an all consuming environment specifically one of the bastions of higher education and privilege that can be alien territory to those unprepared for the experience This is a story which explores the death of a stude


  2. says:

    Bitter Fruits was a really beautifully written novel, haunting, atmospheric, very lyrical in places and a heady mix of police procedural and psychological thriller one woven into the other in an intelligent and really engaging style that makes this a real page turner Emily is found dead, and Martin, newly arrived to the area is put on the case As she investigates, dark secrets begin to emerge about the college Emily attended in Durham, indeed dark secr


  3. says:

    I know this book has been out a while now and I am trying to go backwards in my line of read to reviews This is a great debut novel, I notice a lot of debut novels that are coming out recently have been of a high standard and have really captured my attention, this one being of the same mind Its haunting.Emily the girl who was murdered is a very complicated girl, I found her character very interesting.The Investigation into her death and the minds of those


  4. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for providing me with an ARC in return for an honest review This is a really awkward review to write and one that I ve had to think carefully about, mainly because the ARC I received was in dire need of editing for style and language and I don t mean proofreading there weren t typos, it was just badly written So how should I review it Should I just review the copy I was given, or should I try and see through the bad writing


  5. says:

    In this refreshingly smart and thought provoking crime thriller, DI Erica Martin investigates the pernicious culture of cyber bullying that dominates the lives of students at Durham University The murder of a Fresher is Martin s first case after arriving in the city Martin herself soon comes under the scrutiny of the local online media getting a bitter taste of the kind of invisible trolling and emotional harassment that the victim herself was suffering in the weeks


  6. says:

    As you drive into the city, the view of Durham Cathedral above the river is an absolute knock out I so wish I could contrive a reason to return Failing that, I ve done the next best enjoyed a murder mystery set in the university With its different narrators dialects, this was a perfect Audible book for car, foot elliptical machine unstoppable to the end I cannot claim to have sussed it tho I spotted all the principal clues, but failed to imagine which ones fit together ho


  7. says:

    Pretty much what you expect of a police procedural murder mystery, but with a few qualities that I felt really lifted it up a notch or two First off, the writing is good and so is the story Just the right amount of suspension of disbelief is needed to accept the happenings, but still get a surprise or two The characters are good too, the pain and confusion of the college kids trying to find their place and role makes for engaging reading Best is, however, DI Erica Martin herse


  8. says:

    First class thriller, and an excellent debut by someone who can best be described as a beautiful, technically gifted writer The characterisation is sophisticated and entirely believable The story is on point, and the writing style and use of language is second to none.Well done Clark Platts on a stunning first novel Bring on the next one.


  9. says:

    I was fortunate n getting my copy from Real Readers before publication for an honest review.Detective Inspector Martin had just joined the Durham police force and straight away had a murder to deal with Emily Brabens is found dead in the weir and as DI Martin goes to the college to inform them and find out what she could about the dead girl she is surprised to find one of the fellow students confess immediately Simon Rush said he had pushed her into the weir When DI Martin and DS Jones


  10. says:

    Bitter Fruits Alice Clark PlattsI love debut novels They are such a lottery They can be dire and finishing them can feel like wading through treacle They can be okay and you sense some promise and defer ultimate judgement until the next one Or they can completely blow you away.I couldn t put this book down and I mean that literally Everything was put on hold until I finished it.I hesitate to use the word brilliant because it is overused and my response is subjective but for me this wasn t Bi


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