A Matter of Breeding


      A Matter of Breeding
1901 Karl Werthen and his colleague, renowned criminologist Dr Hanns Gross, are investigating a bizarre series of murders in the small Austrian town of Graz Meanwhile, back in Vienna, Karl s wife Berthe is looking into what seems to be a fraudulent breeding scheme involving the prized Lipizzaner horses Could the two investigations be connected New Read eBook A Matter of Breeding author J. Sydney Jones – tbjewellers.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • A Matter of Breeding
  • J. Sydney Jones
  • English
  • 27 October 2018
  • 0727883801

10 thoughts on “ A Matter of Breeding

  1. says:

    Find this and other reviews at fifth installment of Jones Viennese Mystery series finds Karl Werthen and Dr Hans Gross puzzling over a peculiar succession ritualistic of murders in the close knit village of Graz In her husbands absence, Berthe Werthen has stumbled onto a mystery of her own, a conspiracy that threatens to destroy one of Austrias most recognized treasures the world renowned Lipizzaners of the famed Spanish Riding School Following a Find this and other reviews at fifth installment of Jones Viennese Mystery series finds Karl Werthen and Dr Hans Gross puzzling over a peculiar succession ritualistic of murders in the close knit village of Graz In her husband s absence, Berthe Werthen has stumbled onto a mystery of her own, a conspiracy that threatens to destroy one of Austria s most recognized treasures the world renowned Lipizzaners of the famed Spanish Riding School Following a complex series of leads, the Werthens soon discover themselves in a high stakes web of violence, scandal and corruption A brilliantly atmospheric novel, A Matter of Breeding paints a remarkable portrait of Vienna at the dawn of the twentieth century The city literally comes to life in a radiantly authentic display of pageantry and prejudice, effectively drawing the reader into a bygone age Cameo appearances by Archduke Franz Ferdinand, arti...

  2. says:

    I really liked this novel You mention Bram Stoker and I am there what a terrible Romanian I am Really though, this book wasthan just hot air breathed into famous folk that have been in the grave for a while, unlike some of the other works I ve read recently that used famous authors as characters Ever read a book that just has so muchsomethingthat you fall in love with it right away This book was like that for me It may have been the atmosphere gre...

  3. says:

    I enjoy this historical mystery series, and wish I were able to go back in time and visit 1900 s Vienna.

  4. says:

    This mystery, set in early 20th century Vienna, involves the murder and mutilation of several young woman, and a fraud scheme related to the breeding of the famous Lippazaner horses of the Empire The author skillfully develops the setting and characters, inc...

  5. says:

    Doktor Gross is called to help a colleague with a brutal murder He finds that several other young women have been murdered in similar fashion and starts looking into all the deaths Wertherton is employed as a bodyguard for a famous author and shows up in the same area as Gross They assist him in his investigations.Wertherton wife has started investigating a scandal involving the breeding of the famous Lippazaner horses and it eventually ends up being connected to the deaths her husband is Doktor Gross is called to help a colleague with a brutal murder He finds that several other young women have been murdered in similar fashion and starts looking into all the deaths Wertherton is employed as a bodyguard for a famous author and shows up in the same area as Gross They assist him in his investigations.Wertherton wife has started investigating a scandal involving the breeding of the famous Lippazaner horses and it eventually ends up being connected to the deaths her husband is looking into Their daughter becomes very ill during this time and it affects both of them deeply and they becomecommitted to her and each other Lots of scheming going on and many connections that are not apparent at first Did not expect the ending but...

  6. says:

    Set in early twentieth century Austria, this is an interesting crime novel involving a husband and wife as amateur private detectives They are working on different cases but it seems there may be an overlap Three young women have been murdered in a particulalrly gruesome way and Dr Gross, a famous criminologist, has been called away to look into them Karl Werthen, lawyer turned private detective, has been asked to protect Bram Stoker the author of Dracula who has speaking engagements in Set in early twentieth century Austria, this is an interesting crime novel involving a husband and wife as amateur private detectives They are working on different cases but it seems there may be an overlap Three young women have been murdered in a particulalrly gruesome way and Dr Gross, a famous criminologist, has been called away to look into them Karl Werthen, lawyer turned private detective, has been asked to protect Bram Stoker the author of Dracula who has speaking engagements in Austria Karl s wife Berthe has been asked to look into some possible skulduggery at the Spanish Riding School.There is almost too much g...

  7. says:

    If you are looking for an in depth historical crime read, then look no further than A Matter of Breeding Set in Vienna in 1901, against a backdrop of a desire to be incorporated within the German Empire, private investigator Karl Werthen is asked to be a body guard for an eccentric author who is visting from England, that gentleman being Bram Stoker However, Werthen and Stoker find themselves called in by Karl s former partner, the famed criminologist Dr Hanns Gross to help solve a bizarre If you are looking for an in depth historical crime read, then look no further than A Matter of Breeding Set in Vienna in 1901, against a backdrop of a desire to be incorporated within the German Empire, private investigator Karl Werthen is asked to be a body guard for an eccentric author who is visting from England, that gentleman being Bram Stoker Howev...

  8. says:

    Jones has created a truly knotty mystery in Vienna with this fifth of the series It is the autumn of 1901, and a scandal surrounding the breeding lines of the Lippizaner horses has arisen, along with the particularly gruesome murders of three young women Disconnected crimes I think not The introduction of a couple of modern phrases, playing on the same team, and the use of miles, not kilometers, introduces some new level of careless editing, in my mind Once , a name has been dropped, Jones has created a truly knotty mystery in Vienna with this fifth of the series It is the autumn of 1901, and a scandal surrounding the breeding lines of the Lippizaner horses has arisen, along with the particularly gruesome murders of three young women Disconnected crimes I t...

  9. says:

    I started reading this last year while killing time in the Seattle Public Library Beautiful place Kept waiting for my library to get it and meanwhile read all the previous books by Jones about Advocat Werthen ...

  10. says:

    I cannot fairly award any stars though I know I would have enjoyed reading this on my kindle As it was, I checked it out from my library not realizing it was epub ebook using that blankety blank Adobe reader mechanism that I truly despise Thuswho knows if I would have enjoyed the book Had...

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