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Death Master

DI Giles Suspense Thriller Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Beverley Murray
Length: 8 hrs and 57 mins
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After months of mental and physical therapy, Yvonne Giles, an Oxford detective, is back at work and that's just how she likes it. So when she's asked to hunt the serial killer responsible for taking apart young women, the DI jumps at the chance but hides the fact she is suffering debilitating flashbacks. 

She is told to work with Tasha Phillips, an in-her-face, criminal psychologist. The DI is not enamoured with the idea. Tasha has a lot to prove. Yvonne has a lot to get over. A tentative link with a 20-year-old cold case brings them closer to the truth but events then take a horrifyingly personal turn.

This is the first book in a series of psychological serial killer thriller stories, following Detective Yvonne Giles as she hunts some of the most evil serial killers today.

©2012 Anna-marie Brown (P)2018 Anna-marie Brown

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Gripping mystery!

I enjoyed the narrator with the proper British accent to match the location of the story. It had many twists and turns and the character development was very good! I really enjoyed the book!

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A captivating listen on a long car journey!

the story develops well and the narrator does a great job, particularly during the scary scenes.

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Narrators voice similiar throughout

Characters were hard to distinguish due to narrators voice being similiar for them all.
Poor leading from one thought into another.

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  • Mini Ward
  • 10-11-19

Death Master by Anna-Mari Morgan

Excellent story, and nice and gory, a real good British thriller with a beginning, middle and a super ending. Not quite my cup of tea, because it contains internet chat paragraphs which were essential to the story. Then, I am one of the silver surfers and it’s bad enough when we are forced to do chats on the net, because our UK high streets are no longer adequate.
A great book, and apart from that I would recommend it.

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  • Lynne E.
  • 06-11-19

Good story but

The story is good but the narrator was awful, she made an evil, sadistic murder thriller sound like a Jane Austen novel! I persevered but it wasn’t easy. I would advise reading rather than listening.