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DAs old wounds tear open the dogged loyalty of Rowland's inappropriate companions is all that stands between him and the conseuences of a brutal murder one he simply failed to menti. I would like to thank Netgalley and Poisoned Pen Press for a review copy of A Murder Unmentioned the sixth novel to feature artist Rowland Sinclair in 1934 SydneyWhen a gun is found in a drained dam near the family property in Yass NSW the police start an investigation as they believe that it is the gun that killed Rowly and Wil s father 13 years ago Not that they are investigating too hard as they have a prime suspect in RowlyI thoroughly enjoyed A Murder Unmentioned which is a fun read with a genuine mystery attached It is a much intimate novel than the others in the series concentrating as it does on Rowly s past and his relationship with his brother Wil I found it uite moving in parts when I wasn t smiling at the antics of Rowly s friends and series regulars Milt Clyde and Ed The main theme of the novel is the ties that bind Milt Clyde and Ed do not hesitate to support Rowly in his time of need and series readers will be used to this but the bond between Rowly and Wil is a revelation and wonderful to read Wil is a conservative businessman who never holds back in his disapproval of Rowly s lifestyle and friends He has always seemed a distant authoritarian character when in fact he loves Rowly deeply and has done a lot for him secretly over the years Eually Rowly would do almost anything to help Wil I found the novel heartwarmingThe mystery at the heart of the novel is just that Because Rowly and Wil have never talked about the murder of their father they both assumed the other did it So if not them who Ms Gentill has a decent cast of suspects and motives but I couldn t work it out before the reveal If that wasn t enough to keep me busy there are a variety of subplots and twists to contend with I was gripped from start to finishA Murder Unmentioned is a good read which I have no hesitation in recommending uinze dias loyalty of Rowland's inappropriate companions is all that stands between him and the conseuences of a brutal murder one he simply failed to menti. I would Cheating for the Chicken Man like to thank Netgalley and Poisoned Pen Press for a review copy of A Murder Unmentioned the sixth novel to feature artist Rowland Sinclair in 1934 SydneyWhen a gun is found in a drained dam near the family property in Yass NSW the police start an investigation as they believe that it is the gun that killed Rowly and Wil s father 13 years ago Not that they are investigating too hard as they have a prime suspect in RowlyI thoroughly enjoyed A Murder Unmentioned which is a fun read with a genuine mystery attached It is a much intimate novel than the others in the series concentrating as it does on Rowly s past and his relationship with his brother Wil I found it uite moving in parts when I wasn t smiling at the antics of Rowly s friends and series regulars Milt Clyde and Ed The main theme of the novel is the ties that bind Milt Clyde and Ed do not hesitate to support Rowly in his time of need and series readers will be used to this but the bond between Rowly and Wil is a revelation and wonderful to read Wil is a conservative businessman who never holds back in his disapproval of Rowly s The Last Runaway lifestyle and friends He has always seemed a distant authoritarian character when in fact he On Tidy Endings loves Rowly deeply and has done a Flat World Navigation lot for him secretly over the years Eually Rowly would do almost anything to help Wil I found the novel heartwarmingThe mystery at the heart of the novel is just that Because Rowly and Wil have never talked about the murder of their father they both assumed the other did it So if not them who Ms Gentill has a decent cast of suspects and motives but I couldn t work it out before the reveal If that wasn t enough to keep me busy there are a variety of subplots and twists to contend with I was gripped from start to finishA Murder Unmentioned is a good read which I have no hesitation in recommending

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A Murder Unmentioned

The black sheep of a wealthy grazier dynasty gentleman artist Rowland Sinclair often takes matters into his own hands When the matter is murder there are conseuencesFor nearly fourt. Six books in and I still cannot get enough of this series Sulari Gentill manages to get everything just right the historical facts the atmosphere of the time the mix of fictional and real characters It all demonstrates a huge amount of research on her part but she does not fall into the trap of trying to display all her knowledge as some authors do It is just there on the page in the realness of 1930s Australia I still think these books are best if you read them in order from book one The characters grow on you and in this particular book the author delves into the past and the relationship between Wil and Rowly Some awful secrets are revealed about Rowly s childhood which explain a lot about how he is now There are murders past and present wrongful arrests misunderstandings cleared up at last and the amazing discovery of the true culprit All totally enjoyable and highly recommended for anyone who enjoys historical fiction

REVIEW A Murder Unmentioned

Een years Rowland has tried to forget but now the past has returnedA newly discovered gun casts light on a family secret long kept a murder the Sinclairs would prefer stayed unsolve. I really like this it s my first time reading this author and I discovered it by accident so glad I did Set in Australia and I would say that it s a cozy read for sure It moves along very steadily and a little draw out towards the end but overall I was hooked reading it The era is just before ww2 and there is a lot of political turmoil both overseas and in Australia It focuses of Posh Australian family of Rowland Sinclair and their vast amounts of money and land hard to imagine I know when we see Aussie farmers struggling so much It reminds me of Send for Paul Temple Which I adore it has the same kind of feel about it


10 thoughts on “A Murder Unmentioned

  1. says:

    Six books in and I still cannot get enough of this series Sulari Gentill manages to get everything just right the historical facts the atmosphere of the time the mix of fictional and real characters It all demon

  2. says:

    5★“Lucy’s behaviour did in fact reassure him on this account She was as cheerfully vacuous as ever She asked about his time a

  3. says:

    It's good to see Rowly Sinclair and his friends safely back in Sydney after their difficult times in pre WWII Germany and England Rowly has finally learnt to fly his gypsy Moth at Kingsford Smith's flying school which comes in handy when he is summoned to the family property near Yass by his older brother Wil The gun that was used to kill

  4. says:

    The discovery of a gun and some incidentals at the bottom of the dam on the Sinclair property at Yass in NSW was t

  5. says:

    I really like this it’s my first time reading this author and I discovered it by accident so glad I did Set in Australia and I would say that

  6. says:

    A Murder Unmentioned is the sixth book in the Rowland Sinclair series by award winning Australian author Sulari Gentill Gentleman artist Rowland Sinclair is shocked to learn that his father’s pistol the weapon used to kill him has been found in the now drained dam on the Sinclair property at Yass Rowly’s artistic friends have only a short time to be puzzled by fact that he has never before mentioned Henry Sinclair

  7. says:

    Despite loving these stories my heart grieves as I realize many of the places Rowly visits in previous novels a

  8. says:

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Poisoned Pen Press for a review copy of A Murder Unmentioned the sixth novel to feature artist Rowland Sinclair in 1934 SydneyWhen a gun is found in a drained dam near the family property in Yass NSW the police start an investigation as they believe that it is the gun that killed Rowly and Wil’s father

  9. says:

    ‘Who murdered Henry Sinclair?In 1920 Henry Sinclair died at the Sinclair family’s country estate Oaklea near Yass in New South Wales The fact that he was murdered was not something that the Sinclair family discussed But in 1933 when Edna Walling is brought in to work on the gardens at Oaklea the draining of

  10. says:

    This installment was super exciting from the get go with a bit a different emphasis to the other books so far A very clever plot with lots of new and interesting elements I particularly liked spending a bit time at the Sinclair family home and getting to know the family a bit better It just shows how in depth t

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