A Cast of Falcons

Narrated by: David Thorpe
Series: Birder Murder Mystery, Book 3
Length: 12 hrs and 36 mins
4.2 out of 5 stars (30 ratings)

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A man falls to his death in Western Scotland. From a distance another man watches. He approaches the body, tucks a book into the dead man's pocket, and leaves. When the Scottish police show visiting detective chief inspector Domenic Jejeune the book, he recognises it as a call for help.

Back in Saltmarsh the brutal murder of a researcher has everyone looking at the man's controversial studies as a motive. But Sergeant Danny Maik believes a huge cash incentive being offered for the research may play a crucial role. With their chief superintendent blocking every attempt to interview the project's uberwealthy owners, Jejeune and Maik must work together to find their answers. But will the men's partnership survive?

©2016 Steve Burrows and Dundurn Press Limited (P)2016 Isis Publishing Ltd

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I've enjoyed Steven's books. He is evolving as a writer. I've learned something with every book and it has made me want to give bird watching a try. I'm not overly impressed with the reader. His Canadian accent sounds like someone from Boston. His pronunciation of Newfoundland identified him as someone who had not spoken to a native Canadian or who's voice coach missed the mark.