As Kathy tries to decipher motives. Brock's attention is diverted by a personal and career crisis.
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The storyline is, as ever with books by Barry Maitland, a good one although DCI Brock meets some very strange characters this time. However the narrator is totally wrong - he gives Brock a voice that sounds young and uneducated which is not the impression I get of the character from Maitland's books. There are certainly enough bodies to go round and some very sick people with which he and DS Kola have to deal. There's a good twist at the end, so don't be tempted to peek.
The twists and turns of the plot. Barry Maitland is an expert at this and No Trace is no exception.
Only if it better matches the characters.
Easily, except there's a plethora of detective series being mades for TV. I don't know that there is sufficient difference between Brock and some of his counterparts in other police procedurals currently being aired.
Barry Maitland is a good author, one of the best for this type of crime novel.
Missing child, a series of murders ...the mystery is unravelled with many twists and peculiarities. My problem with this listen is the narrator: he often seems unprepared for the next word in a sentence, thus making the intonation completely inappropriate for the intended meaning.
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