Shocked by his unexpected death, Kate becomes drawn into an investigation uncovering secrets about the grandmother she thought she knew and the man she never did. And she soon realises her questions are putting lives in danger...
©2006 Emma Cole; (P)2007 Oakhill Publishing
"This is crime writing at its most complex, intelligent best - exhausting and quite breathtaking" (EditRed.com)
I liked this one a lot. It took me a little time to warm to the narrator - perhaps because I'm more used to the English/male, rather than the Canadian/female voice, in my thrillers - but ultimately the narration was good.
The story reminded me of Robert Goddard novels - with a mystery from the past being investigated by a present-day descendant. The story followed several lines that all tied together nicely at the end, making it a worthwhile listen.
Couldn't turn it off...once I got into the story it was difficult to not listen to the very end.
I well read book that has you guessing trying to figure out the twists and turns -
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