Andrew Wincott's narration made it a pleasure to listen. His regional accents were completely credible.
The Walking Man is someone I would like to know more about, he is fascinating.
There were many scenes that were so well written that it was easy to imagine being there. Mossy getting his hands removed was extremely disturbing for that very reason. It gave me a whole new appreciation for having mine.
It was certainly a book that I looked forward to resuming.
I will be repeating this entire series of Logan McRae novels, the characters are brilliant, funny and brought to life by the excellent narration of John Sessions. The humour was unexpected in subject matter like murder and child abduction but I found myself laughing out loud frequently. I was pleased to see the return of DI Steele, sh is my favourite detective of all. Story lines are gripping right to the end, I can't wait for the next installment.
gripping, shocking, brilliant
As a fan of the walking man series it was a pleasant surprise to find Mo Hayder's other work equally as entertaining
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