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When medium Beth Willis is given a message from a ghost, she steps beyond her world and into the spirit realm. D.I. Coleridge is a man marking time, until a call from Beth gives him a lead on an elusive killer who takes trophies from his victims. He is a killer who walks through both worlds, taking lives, with powers no mortal can possess. A man, but something else, too. If Coleridge and Beth are to survive, they must understand him...but some men cannot be fought and some creatures cannot be bested.

Death calls on us all in time. Will it call them home, too?

A supernatural thriller from the author of Left to Darkness, Rain, and A Stranger's Grave.

©2012 Craig Saunders (P)2017 Craig Saunders

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A great idea wanted more background

What did you love best about The Love of the Dead?

the idea of the medium and her ability to recognize someone supernatural

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Love of the Dead?

SPOILER ALLERT<br/>the death of the protaganist

Have you listened to any of Molly King’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No, Took me a while to like her, did not love her but respected her work and how hard she worked to make this enjoyable, she is no Jim Dale but I would listen to her again.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

There is something in the Dark to Fear

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  • 07-18-17

Make it Norfolk Virginia.

If you are unable to write vernacular English and only think in American then don't embarrass yourself by trying it. The characters talk in American idioms, and the narrator can't even pronounce English place names.
Please study British police behaviour before attempting to write about it. Tried hard but the whole thing was so awful I had to abandon listening.
Do yourself a favour and save your money and time.