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EXCLUSIVE TO DOWNLOAD: Includes an interview with Val McDermid discussing Fever of the Bone.

'You should have been a detective. If there's one thing the last year has proved, it's how good you are at finding things out. Not simple things. Hard things. Things that nobody is supposed to be able to find out. Things that are buried so deep nobody even thinks twice about them. The sort of things that turn people's lives inside out once they're exposed.'

Meet Tony Hill's most twisted adversary - a killer with a shopping list of victims, a killer unmoved by youth and innocence, a killer driven by the most perverted of desires. The murder and mutilation of teenager Jennifer Maidment is horrific enough on its own. But it's not long before Tony realises it's just the start of a brutal and ruthless campaign that's targeting an apparently unconnected group of young people.

Struggling with the newly awakened ghosts of his own past and desperate for distraction in his work, Tony battles to find the answers that will give him personal and professional satisfaction in his most testing investigation yet.

©2009 Val McDermid (P)2009 Hachette Digital

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  • CherryPie62
  • 09-03-17

Much better version

I'd listened to the unabridged version before listening to this. It took a while before I realised I was listening to the same book. Michael Maloney read it so well. I know I keep harping on about it, but he didn't do silly 'man' and 'woman' voices and it was so much more entertaining and easier to listen to. It's a shame he didn't read the unabridged version.

Do the narrators do an audio test before they're recorded because some are unlistenable.

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