Number-one New York Times best-selling author returns with another thrilling story from the Casebook of Barnaby Adair…
Miraculously spared from death, Malcolm Sinclair erases the notorious man he once was. Reinventing himself as Thomas Glendower, he strives to make amends for his past, yet he never imagines penance might come via a secretive lady he discovers living in his secluded manor.
Rose has a plausible explanation for why she and her children are residing in Thomas's house, but she quickly realizes he's far too intelligent to fool. Revealing the truth is impossibly dangerous, yet day by day he wins her trust, and then her heart.
But then her enemy closes in, and Rose turns to Thomas as the only man who can protect her and the children. And when she asks for his help, Thomas finally understands his true purpose, and with unwavering commitment, he seeks his redemption the only way he can - through living the reality of loving Rose.
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Story was interesting
When Thomas was found on the beach
Yes for sure. the only trouble is that when the narrator is a man, he ends up messing up the woman's voices and if a woman is narrating then men's voices are messed up but still and all together it was a reasonable job. not that I could do any better I might add.
Not a good enough book for a film, but if I did it would be something like second chances?
No. Although I enjoyed the story a great deal I think the audio book was ruined by the narrator. I would certainly recommend the book.
The first time Rose kisses Thomas was memorable. The description of the reasons for each persons passion for the other. Thomas' heartfelt attempts to be a better person than he was in previous stories.
I would as long as it wasn't a romance which requires his attempting female voices. I think he would be very good with a procedural or murder mystery. He has a very deep voice which you would think would be good for romance novels but his phrasing and female voices are atrocious. Romance novels are not his forte.
When Thomas realizes what the new meaning his life could be if he only dares to reach for it
I personally don't care for "who done it" novels and try to avoid them. The write up for the book should have explained that this was a" detective finds the murderer" book.
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