The body of a woman has been discovered in Castle Farthing Woods, and it appears that although she had been dead for years, nobody had ever reported her missing. DI Harry Falconer of the Market Darley police is perplexed - and not only in his working life. He has recently resumed his relationship with psychologist Dr. Honey Dubois - but while visiting a local village in the course of his investigations, unsettling memories of a former love are revived. As Falconer's sidekick DS Carmichael is coping with the early birth of his twins, the DI is forced to form a closer bond with his new constable, as they try to solve a nightmare conundrum.
©2016 Andrea Frazer (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC
It ranks high among the mysteries that I've listened to so far.
Not an easy mystery to solve.
Good question. I found it interesting that they were finding more bodies than solutions.
I was moved that this psycho killed so many women and many of the women had not been missed due to the lack of friends or family.
Great mystery. I recommend it highly. Of course, the fact that Rosalyn Landor narrated the book made the listen so much better.
if it wasn't for brilliant performance of Roslyn Landor, I wouldn't waste time listening to this boring, bland story. This book was everything but an exciting crime story. poor author lacks imagination. only thing kept me listening was Roslyn Landor's talent of telling a story, even a stupid one.
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