The Sentence is Death

The Sentence is Death

Death, deception, and a detective with quite a lot to hide stalk the pages of Anthony Horowitz's brilliant new murder mystery, the second in the bestselling series starring Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne. _________________________ ?You shouldn?t be here. It?s too late? ? These, heard over the phone, were the last recorded words of successful celebrity-divorce law Death, deception, and a detective with quite a lot to hide stalk the pages of Anthony Horowitz's brillian...

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Title:The Sentence is Death
Author:Anthony Horowitz
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B07C52HJXB
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

The Sentence is Death Reviews

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Nov 04, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

  • Jo
    Nov 16, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

    This is the second book in Horowitz?s Hawthorne series. It?s not absolutely necessary to read the first book, The Word Is Murder, before this one, but I would strongly recommend it. That?s in part because this series has an unusual premise that?s explained in more detail in the...

    Once upon a time, there was a woman scrolling down her Twitter feed. Her heart missed a beat when she spotted a cover. You know all about cover love, don?t you? Well, The Sentence Is Death proudly wore her favourite colour, so the woman clicked on the link and discovered a very inter...

    I read this book through The Pigeonhole, a free online book club and read it with other readers on the web. It was split into 10 parts, called staves, that I read through the nifty Pigeonhole App. I was able to leave comments throughout and interact with the other readers. Even thou...

    I enjoyed The Sentence Is Death ? probably rather more than its predecessor The Word Is Murder. It can be read as a stand-alone book, but it may help to set the background if you read The Word Is Murder first. Anthony Horowitz, narrating as though these events really did happen to...

    Horowitz and his detective muse Hawthorne investigate the murder of a divorce lawyer. I love this series and it's rather reminiscent of Conan Doyle. Hawthorne is at times both infuriating and intriguing and the mystery soon sweeps you into the middle of it. ...

  • Samantha
    Jul 19, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

  • Maine Colonial
    Nov 22, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

    This is the second book in Horowitz?s Hawthorne series. It?s not absolutely necessary to read the first book, The Word Is Murder, before this one, but I would strongly recommend it. That?s in part because this series has an unusual premise that?s explained in more detail in the...

  • Nicki
    Nov 14, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

    This is the second book in Horowitz?s Hawthorne series. It?s not absolutely necessary to read the first book, The Word Is Murder, before this one, but I would strongly recommend it. That?s in part because this series has an unusual premise that?s explained in more detail in the...

    Once upon a time, there was a woman scrolling down her Twitter feed. Her heart missed a beat when she spotted a cover. You know all about cover love, don?t you? Well, The Sentence Is Death proudly wore her favourite colour, so the woman clicked on the link and discovered a very inter...

    I read this book through The Pigeonhole, a free online book club and read it with other readers on the web. It was split into 10 parts, called staves, that I read through the nifty Pigeonhole App. I was able to leave comments throughout and interact with the other readers. Even thou...

  • Ova - Excuse My Reading
    Nov 20, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

  • Kate
    Oct 28, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

  • Susan
    Oct 28, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

  • Campbell
    Nov 09, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

  • Emma
    Nov 01, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

  • Phrynne
    Jan 12, 2019

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

  • Laura
    Nov 09, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

  • Kate
    Oct 20, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

  • Ann Girdharry
    Nov 27, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

  • Sofia
    Dec 24, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

  • Gary
    Dec 16, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

  • Ingstje
    Nov 18, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

  • Breakaway Reviewers
    Nov 19, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

  • Umut Reviews
    Nov 06, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

  • Thebooktrail
    Oct 18, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

  • Joanne Robertson
    Jan 06, 2019

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

  • Trelawn
    Nov 08, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

    This is the second book in Horowitz?s Hawthorne series. It?s not absolutely necessary to read the first book, The Word Is Murder, before this one, but I would strongly recommend it. That?s in part because this series has an unusual premise that?s explained in more detail in the...

    Once upon a time, there was a woman scrolling down her Twitter feed. Her heart missed a beat when she spotted a cover. You know all about cover love, don?t you? Well, The Sentence Is Death proudly wore her favourite colour, so the woman clicked on the link and discovered a very inter...

    I read this book through The Pigeonhole, a free online book club and read it with other readers on the web. It was split into 10 parts, called staves, that I read through the nifty Pigeonhole App. I was able to leave comments throughout and interact with the other readers. Even thou...

    I enjoyed The Sentence Is Death ? probably rather more than its predecessor The Word Is Murder. It can be read as a stand-alone book, but it may help to set the background if you read The Word Is Murder first. Anthony Horowitz, narrating as though these events really did happen to...

    Horowitz and his detective muse Hawthorne investigate the murder of a divorce lawyer. I love this series and it's rather reminiscent of Conan Doyle. Hawthorne is at times both infuriating and intriguing and the mystery soon sweeps you into the middle of it. ...

    Read in a day. Testament to this great author. The clues are there - you just have to see them! ...

    I really am enjoying these stories. I have to keep reminding myself it's not real. And I have to stop myself calling Hawthorne an ass hole every 2-3 pages. I love how the story unfolds and I actually managed to figure out who the killer was this time (although not until quite close to ...

  • Mandy White
    Nov 23, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

  • Bill Lynas
    Nov 20, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

  • Lou
    Oct 31, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

  • Sid Nuncius
    Nov 01, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

    This is the second book in Horowitz?s Hawthorne series. It?s not absolutely necessary to read the first book, The Word Is Murder, before this one, but I would strongly recommend it. That?s in part because this series has an unusual premise that?s explained in more detail in the...

    Once upon a time, there was a woman scrolling down her Twitter feed. Her heart missed a beat when she spotted a cover. You know all about cover love, don?t you? Well, The Sentence Is Death proudly wore her favourite colour, so the woman clicked on the link and discovered a very inter...

    I read this book through The Pigeonhole, a free online book club and read it with other readers on the web. It was split into 10 parts, called staves, that I read through the nifty Pigeonhole App. I was able to leave comments throughout and interact with the other readers. Even thou...

    I enjoyed The Sentence Is Death ? probably rather more than its predecessor The Word Is Murder. It can be read as a stand-alone book, but it may help to set the background if you read The Word Is Murder first. Anthony Horowitz, narrating as though these events really did happen to...

  • Meggy
    Nov 28, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

    This is the second book in Horowitz?s Hawthorne series. It?s not absolutely necessary to read the first book, The Word Is Murder, before this one, but I would strongly recommend it. That?s in part because this series has an unusual premise that?s explained in more detail in the...

    Once upon a time, there was a woman scrolling down her Twitter feed. Her heart missed a beat when she spotted a cover. You know all about cover love, don?t you? Well, The Sentence Is Death proudly wore her favourite colour, so the woman clicked on the link and discovered a very inter...

  • Marc Bougharios
    Oct 09, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

  • NZLisaM
    Nov 06, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

  • Hastings75
    Dec 15, 2018

    Full review here Sentence is Death starts with the murder of a divorce lawyer and Horowitz sets to write a second book of this case alongside working with Hawthorne. The victim had been threatened by a well-known, award winning and fiercely literary writer and his husband seems to b...

    Hawthorne is back with his rather abrasive personality and his undoubted skill at finding clues and solving cases. Horowitz features again as himself acting as Hawthorne's sidekick attempting to solve not one but possibly two murders. Having the author actively involved in his own b...

    This is the 2nd novel in the Daniel Hawthorne, Private Investigator series by Anthony Horowitz. I have not read the 1st book 'The Word is Murder' nor in fact any other books by this author but quickly realised once I started this novel that times were going to change. I was so impress...

    Another witty crime book from Horowitz. If you liked The Word Is Murder, you will enjoy this one too. I thought it was better than the first, the case being more cohesive. There were convenient coincidences after all, but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Anthony Horowitz never disappoints! Richard Pryce, a high profile divorce attorney, is murdered in his home, bludgeoned to death with a two thousand quid bottle of wine, which is strange in itself as the victim didn?t drink alcohol. Even stranger, written on the wall near the body...

    4.5 stars Once again (again), Horowitz does not disappoint. I can honestly say that I will read whatever this man writes because he has a way of writing that is so hard not to love. It?s impossible. Both Horowitz and Hawthorne are in this novel, and I just want to say that th...

    The Sentence is Death, the second novel to feature ex-policeman and Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne, has an old-school, authentic atmosphere to it much like the crime classics of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Horowitz focusses on mystery, suspense, intrigue and keeping ...

    3.5 stars rounded up. I very much enjoyed the first book and this one was also a good read. His style in this series is very chatty, like he is actually in the room telling you about his day. I?m still confused about how much of this is true.. thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this ...

    I adored, ?The Word is Murder,? the first in the Daniel Hawthorne series, and was delighted to receive the second, ?The Silence is Death,? for review. As before, Anthony Horowitz, or ?Tony,? as Hawthorne calls him, is very much telling the story as himself. Horowitz is work...

    I've not read THE WORD IS MURDER, book one in this series, but I definitely want to after reading this one! To be honest didn't I know a damn thing about the story before I started to read/listen to this book (yes I tend to mix it when I have the chance, listen at work, read and l...

    This is the second book in this series and I am really enjoying it. Love that the author narrates it and is a character in the books. High recommended!! ...

    Anthony Horowitz better be a character in this book ?? ...

    If you a) like a baffling mystery and b) you?re a fan of Hercule Poirot then c) it is dead certain this novel will please you. I didn?t know at first but The Sentence is Death is actually the second in a series following PI Daniel Hawthorne and the writer, Anthony. That?s exac...

    Book reviews on www.snazzybooks.com The Sentence is Death is another brilliant novel from one of my favourite authors, Anthony Horowitz. I particularly enjoy this series as it's definitely different from most other 'crime' novels; I love the self-aware style of writing. Anthony Hor...

    For my full review click on the link below: https://crossexaminingcrime.wordpress... ...

    Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne returns in the sequel to The Word Is Murder. Once again he teams up with sidekick Anthony Horowitz (the author himself) and once again they are on the trail of a murderer. As with their previous adventure there is plenty of humour, most of it at t...

    I like Anthony Horowitz books and this one was pretty different to the others I've read. Basically it's more of a slow-burn mystery. More of an Agatha Christie or Sherlock, old-style detective story. The core mystery seems to be based on a true story, though it was difficult to ...

    Immensely enjoyable and very clever crime thriller in which the author plays a most unusual role. Every bit as good as The Word Is Murder. Roll on book 3. Review to follow shortly on For Winter Nights. ...

    Horowitz has kept the promise he created in his first book in this series, alive and well in the second one. My only sadness is that I have no more Daniel Hawthorne to read at the moment and must wait for 'Tony' to write some more. The way he mixes up reality and fiction has me wi...

    Visit the London locations in the novel I remember the feeling I had when I read the first of the novels where Anthony H appears as a character in his own novel. Wow I thought, did that just happen? Well it did and this is a second one just as good as the first with a twisty tal...

    I wanted to like this more than I actually did as I think Mr Horowitz is a fine author. Sadly this felt like a rehash of the previous book in the series. Having said that, if you'd come to this book cold and read it as a standalone, it would be perfectly fine so perhaps I'm being o...

    If you?ve not read The Word is Murder yet then I highly recommend you do so before starting this book. The narrative is so unexpectedly crafted that I don?t think you could just jump into book 2 of this series without reading the first book to feature Hawthorne, a unique detectiv...

    A captivating whodunnit This is the latest and second in the Daniel Hawthorne series. I haven?t read the first but this in no way detracted from my enjoyment of this novel. Hawthorne has been brought in to investigate the murder of Richard Pryce, a high profile (and expensive)...

    This is the second book in Horowitz?s Hawthorne series. It?s not absolutely necessary to read the first book, The Word Is Murder, before this one, but I would strongly recommend it. That?s in part because this series has an unusual premise that?s explained in more detail in the...

    Once upon a time, there was a woman scrolling down her Twitter feed. Her heart missed a beat when she spotted a cover. You know all about cover love, don?t you? Well, The Sentence Is Death proudly wore her favourite colour, so the woman clicked on the link and discovered a very inter...

    I read this book through The Pigeonhole, a free online book club and read it with other readers on the web. It was split into 10 parts, called staves, that I read through the nifty Pigeonhole App. I was able to leave comments throughout and interact with the other readers. Even thou...

    I enjoyed The Sentence Is Death ? probably rather more than its predecessor The Word Is Murder. It can be read as a stand-alone book, but it may help to set the background if you read The Word Is Murder first. Anthony Horowitz, narrating as though these events really did happen to...

    Horowitz and his detective muse Hawthorne investigate the murder of a divorce lawyer. I love this series and it's rather reminiscent of Conan Doyle. Hawthorne is at times both infuriating and intriguing and the mystery soon sweeps you into the middle of it. ...

    Read in a day. Testament to this great author. The clues are there - you just have to see them! ...