It has been a decade since Alan Langford's charred remains were discovered in his burnt-out car. His wife Donna was found guilty of conspiracy to murder her husband and served ten years in prison. But just before she is released, Donna receives a nasty shock: an anonymous letter containing a photo of her husband.
The man she hates with every fiber of her being—the man she paid to have murdered—seems very much alive and well. How is it possible that her husband is still alive? Where is he? Who sent the photo, and why?
Detective Inspector Tom Thorne becomes involved in a case where nothing and no one are what they seem. It will take him much further from his London beat than he has ever been before—and closer to a killer who will do anything to protect his new life.
©2010 Mark Billingham (P)2010 W. F. Howes Ltd.
I enjoyed the story from start to finish! I liked the characters so much that I actually teared up at what one character experienced. The male narrator did a decent job...not over the top when saying female lines but he did have a rather monotone cadence to his reading. I was able to overlook that , however, because the story was so good.
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