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!!> Reading ➹ Where the Devil Cant Go (Kiszka and Kershaw, #1) ➱ Author Anya Lipska – Eiyo.us

Where the Devil Cant Go (Kiszka and Kershaw, #1) The Naked Body Of A Girl Washes Up On London S Thames Foreshore The Only Clue To Her Identity A Heart Shaped Tattoo Who Is She And Why Did She Die Janusz Kiszka, Unofficial Fixer To East London S Polish Community, And A Man With His Own Distinctive Moral Code, Has Been Hired To Track Down A Missing Waitress Meanwhile, DC Natalie Kershaw, A Rookie Detective Who S Not Afraid Of Breaking A Few Rules, Investigates The Suspicious Deaths Of Two Polish Girls.They Hail From Very Different Worlds, But Kiszka And Kershaw Are Set On Collision Course When Kershaw Accuses Kiszka Of Murder, He Escapes To Poland, Determined To Find The Real Killer There He Discovers A Terrible Secret From The Country S Troubled Communist Past Revealing Why The Girls Were Murdered.But Is He Too Late To Save The Life Of A Third

!!> Reading ➹ Where the Devil Cant Go (Kiszka and Kershaw, #1)  ➱ Author Anya Lipska – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • 424 pages
  • Where the Devil Cant Go (Kiszka and Kershaw, #1)
  • Anya Lipska
  • English
  • 15 February 2017
  • 0007504586

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➹ Where the Devil Cant Go (Kiszka and Kershaw, #1) ➱ Author Anya Lipska – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    With her first novel, Anya Lipska has created that lovely thing a crime novel with enough originality to make it a great read for fans of the genre Janusz Kiszka is a Polish ex pat who has been living in London for many years A fixer he is asked to track down a missing Polish girl Meanwhile, the body of a young girl is washed up along the Thames and new officer DC Natalie Kershaw is investigating I loved the background to this novel giving an insight into a different culture within the With her first novel, Anya Lipska has created that lovely thing a crime novel with enough originality to make it a great read for fans of the genre Janusz Kiszka is a Polish ex pat who has been living in London for many years A fixer he is asked to track down a missing Polish girl Meanwhile, the body of a young girl is washed up along the Thames and new o...


  2. says:

    A middle aged Polish fixer and unofficial Private Detective, and a young ambitious female Detective Sergeant find themselves working the same case from different angles in modern day LondonConsidering this a first novel, this book is an astonishing achievement both in terms of plot and characterisation, and it feels like this is the work of a muchmature author Both the two main characters feel utterly real, well rounded and totally believable The story progresses from their points o A middle aged Polish fixer and unofficial Private Detective, and a young ambitious female Detective Sergeant find themselves working the same case from different angles in modern day LondonConsidering this a first novel, this book is an astonishing achievement both in terms of plot and characterisation, and it feels like this is the work of a muchmature author Both the two...


  3. says:

    Fantastyczny That would be my resounding verdict on this gripping debut by Anya Lipska, set both in the Polish community of East London with a interesting sojourn back to Poland itself This is one read that definitely rises above the simple classification of police procedural in Lipska s capable hands, and proves itself to be a multi layered and culturally interesting reading experience as well.I think what I liked most about the book was the unveiling of a culture and way of life that I had v Fantastyczny That would be my resounding verdict on this gripping debut by Anya Lipska, set both in the Polish community of East London with a interesting sojourn back to Poland itself This is one read that definitely rises above the simple classification of police procedural in Lipska s capable hands, and proves itself to be a multi layered and culturally interesting reading experience as well.I think what I liked most about the book was the unveiling of a culture and way of life that I had very little knowledge of Unafraid to confront the less savoury aspects of Polish society, but illustrating the parallel affection and respect for Polish culture, Lipska lays bare the traditions and mindset of an immigrant...


  4. says:

    The action is non stop and has incidents and heart stopping moments in both London and in Poland.This multi layered thriller has its soul within the Polish community in the UK conveying through echoes of Poland s recent history the reality of why Poles leave their homeland, the struggles they find in London and their hopes for the future The novel also has a political dimension which is cleverly woven into the plot.An engaging story that works on these various levels it is never the novel you The action is non stop and has incidents and heart stopping moments in both London and in Poland.This multi layered thriller has its soul within the Polish community in the UK conveying through echoes of Poland s recent history the reality of why Poles leave their homeland, the struggles they find in London and their hopes for the future The novel also has a political dimension which is cleverly woven into the plot.An engaging story that works on these various levels it is never the novel you thought you were reading as it comes to grips with different points of view It has the capacity to make you worry, become breathless an...


  5. says:

    I very much enjoyed this book This is a tautly gripping thriller mystery Young Polish girls are being murdered in London Janusz Kizska is the main protagonist, who for want of better words is a fixer for the Polish comunity He is asked by the local priest to find a missing Polish girl At the same time Detective Constable Natalie Kershaw is also looking into the murders of Polish girls there isn t much for either of them to go on.It is Janusz the main character who is the most compellin...


  6. says:

    Anya Lipska s Where the Devil Can t Gobegins on a building site in London, where an incompetent young Polish builder and decorator gets strong armed by the hero, Janusz Kiszka, for late payment of a sum of money he owes The first few chapters develop the backdrop of East London and the fast money, back of a lorry, gambits to be enjoyed in the erection of sub standard buildings for the Olympic Games.Janusz s troubled character slowly comes into focus A devout but doubting Catholic, a large man Anya Lipska s Where the Devil Can t Gobegins on a building site in London, where an incompetent young Polish builder and decorator gets strong armed by the hero, Janusz Kiszka, for late payment of a sum of money he owes The first few chapters develop the backdrop of East London and the fast money, back of a lorry, gambits to be enjoyed in the erection of sub standard buildings for the Olympic Games.Janusz s troubled character slowly comes into focus A devout but doubting Catholic, a large man whose face carries every trace of worry and wear it has picked up since his twenties, unsuccessful in love, he is fairly well off due to the increase in the value of his apartment He makes his day to day money from intimidation...


  7. says:

    Mrs Lipska has done her homework well I am impressed by her knowledge of the history and culture of my homeland I appreciate a mystery too, it was interesting and unpredictable.


  8. says:

    At the time of reviewing this Anya Lipska has a fully fledged series under her belt with the third Kiszka and Kershaw novel out in print, yet I had not realised that this book, her first, was originally a self published effort Focusing on the trials and tribulations of Janusz Kiszka, unofficial fixer for the Polish community in East London, and the young and ambitious Detective Constable Natalie Kershaw whose paths just have a way of crossing In essence, effectively a police procedural with At the time of reviewing this Anya Lipska has a fully fledged series under her belt with the third Kiszka and Kershaw novel out in print, yet I had not realised that this book, her first, was originally a self published effort Focusing on the trials and tribulations of Janusz Kiszka, unofficial fixer for the Polish community in East London, and the young and ambitious Detective Constable Natalie Kershaw whose paths just have a way of crossing In essence, effectively a police procedural with a touch of noir and a little added extra in the form of Kiszka A fantastic start to the novel brought to life the growing Polish migrant community in and around Stratford, many engaged in the construction of the London Olympics development Having been resident in the UK for over two decades, Janusz Kiszka seems to have found himself with the role of...


  9. says:

    Next to a great piece of literary fiction, there s nothing like a good thriller and Where the Devil Can t Go is certainly that Taut and unpredictable, it s a great read From what I understand, it s the first in a series featuring the two main protagonists Detective Constable Natalie Kerksaw and Janusz Kiszka, unofficial fixer to East London s Polish community Janusz is asked by his parish priest to find a missing girl, who like so many others Poles came to London s East Side to find work B Next to a great piece of literary fiction, there s nothing like a good thriller and Where the Devil Can t Go is certainly that Taut and unpredictable, it s a great read From what I understand, it s the first in a series featuring the two main protagonists Detective Constable Natalie Kerksaw and Janusz Kiszka, unofficial fixer to East London s Polish community Janusz is asked by his parish priest to find a missing girl, who like so many others Poles came to London s East Side to find work But it isn t as simple as that Janusz soon finds himself in the middle of something much larger than coaxing a runaway back to the protective arms of her London caretaker.We meet DC Kerksaw when she is called to investigate a floater found in the Thames River with an amateurish tattoo on her lower back and, soon after, another death, this time with evidence pointing directly at Janusz.I pride myself on the fact I can usually figure out the ending of a book or movie fairly quickly...


  10. says:

    Some of my favourite bloggers have highly recommended Anya Lipska s books and so I couldn t resist picking up Where the Devil Can t Go when I saw it staring at me on the shelf at my local library I was excited but a little apprehensive I am a crime fiction reader that likes things quite simple as opposed to a story which ispolitical But, if anything, that element of the story was quite gripping, and has left me wanting to learnabout Poland and its history.I enjoyed the scene setti Some of my favourite bloggers have highly recommended Anya Lipska s books and so I couldn t resist picking up Where the Devil Can t Go when I saw it staring...

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