A Tiding of Magpies

Narrated by: David Thorpe
Series: Birder Murder Mystery, Book 5
Length: 12 hrs and 31 mins
4 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When his most celebrated case is suddenly reopened, Detective Chief Inspector Jejeune's long-buried secrets threaten to come to light. Meanwhile, his girlfriend, Lindy, faces an unseen threat of her own, one which Jejeune may not be able to protect her from. 

Between fending off inquiries from the internal review and an open murder case to solve, more than ever Jejeune will have to rely on the help of the stalwart Sergeant Danny Maik. But Maik is learning things on his own that have caused him to question his DCI‘s actions, both past and present. In the current case, and in the former one, the facts seem clear enough. But often the most insidious lies hide behind the most honest-seeming truths.

©2018 Steve Burrows and Dundurn Press Limited (P)2018 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Like the bird-watching angle

I enjoy the bird-watching theme in this series and had looked forward to each new story, but I am unsettled by the same creepy antagonist reappearing in more than one book and wish that thread would just be wrapped up. I would like to see the very appealing protagonist face some different challenges having less psychopathy. The reader is really good.

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