Wolf Hadda's life was a fairytale - successful businessman and adored husband. But a knock on the door one morning ends it all. Universally reviled, thrown into prison, Wolf retreats into silence. Seven years later Wolf begins to talk to the prison psychiatrist and receives parole to return home. But there's a mysterious period in Wolf's past when he was known as the Woodcutter. Now the Woodcutter is back, looking for truth and revenge...
©2010 Reginald Hill (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book from start to finish. It is beautifully narrated and was very difficult to 'put down'. Highly recommend!
I don't normally read this type of book however I thought I would give it a go . The reviews all said it was a good read and they were not wrong .
The one shocking point about this thriller is that "it might be true"... Of course this story is not true, but the characters and the events might easily have happened separately!!
I just loved this book, couldn't stop listening to it. I would very highly recommend. This is the first review I have ever done but felt it was so worthy of note
This is a very good book, I was totally immersed throughout the book and intrigued by the main character. A Decent story length, so I was not left wondering what happened at the end - I hate that. I will most definitely come back and read this again. Lovely narration too.
This was one of the best books i have ever listened to ,and the narrater was brilliant
"Twists and turns with every page"
Really enjoyable story that keeps you guessing right to the end, wanting to find out more every time
I really enjoyed this book!
None of the usual predictable plot lines and crime clichés, just likeable characters and cleaver twists that make for an entertaining read.
It is easier to see why this has become a best seller and I will be reading work by this author again, thoroughly recommend.
The is the first book that I have had by Reginald Hill that has not been one of the Daziiel and Pascoe series and was concerned that I would be disappointed with it. I should not have worried it was excellent and kept me enthralled right up until the last chapter. What helped of course was it was wonderfully read by Jonathan Keeble who was the best narrator of a talking book I have heard. At times you almost forgot that you were listening to a book being read but listening to a play on Radio 4. I have looked for other books read by Mr Keeble but there are not many which is a great shame I can only hope that this changes in the future. On another sad note this was probably the last book written by Reginald Hill before he died.
I had never heard of Reginald Hill even though I am an author myself, and I can't remember why I chose this audiobook, maybe because its length. I listen to books rather than ruin my eyesight these days, and longer books are more cost effective.
Well, what a treat this author, and the narrator, turned out to be. The characters are all totally plausible, and even though the plot demands a certain suspension of scepticism I know that fact can be stranger than fiction any day. I'll be looking for more of mr Hill's novels to be sure.
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