When Evan meets Tony Mancini, expecting an ice-cold killer, he finds a frightened young lad who swears he's innocent. Mancini served only four years for the killing of Evan's father, but this time, up on a charge of killing Alison Turnbull, his boss's teenage daughter, he could go down for life.
Against his own wishes, and those of his superiors, Evan finds himself compelled to investigate.
©2003 Rhys Bowen; (P)2008 Soundings
Praise for Rhys Bowen: "Charming series....keen sense of small-town politics and gossip." (Publishers Weekly)
"Delightful storytelling style." (Booklist)
Gareth Armstrong brings a real Welsh flavour and knowledge that makes the inhabitants of Swansea, where the story takes place, come alive.
Much as I like John Lee as a narrator he was misplaced in Evan Blessed - the other Evan book available on Audible.
The story is a very pleasant read and hard to put down once started.
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