True Detectives follows Moe Reed and Aaron Fox on the twisted trail of a missing girl, a dark, baffling whodunit that forces the brothers to put aside their mutual animus - and to confront the unresolved family mystery that turned them into enemies. PIs can do things, legally, that cops can't. And cops have access to resources denied their private counterparts. Only by pooling their efforts - and by consulting a man both brothers respect, psychologist Alex Delaware, do Fox and Reed stand a chance of peeling back the secrets in high places that explain the fate of an outwardly innocent young woman. And, by doing so, the brothers learn about much more than murder.
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"His worst book ever"
Been a kellerman fan for years. Tried this when it first came out and gave up on it. Thought I'd give it another go as read by the brilliant Jeff Harding. But even he can't save this drivelling load of rubbish. It's as if a completely different person wrote it and he put his name to it. Thank god I can return it.
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