• Impostor

  • Alexander Gregory, Book 1
  • By: LJ Ross
  • Narrated by: Hugh Dancy
  • Length: 7 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (513 ratings)

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By: LJ Ross
Narrated by: Hugh Dancy
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Publisher's summary

From the International number one best-selling author of the DCI Ryan Mysteries.

A Best Audiobook- Fiction Finalist at the New York Festivals Radio Awards .

Impostor, is the first instalment in Ross's brand new Dr Alex Gregory series, narrated by actor Hugh Dancy.

After an elite criminal profiling unit is shut down amid a storm of scandal and mismanagement, only one person emerges unscathed. Forensic psychiatrist, Doctor Alexander Gregory, has a reputation for being able to step inside the darkest minds to uncover whatever secrets lie hidden there and, soon enough, he finds himself drawn into the murky world of murder investigation. In the beautiful hills of County Mayo, Ireland, a killer is on the loose. Panic has a stranglehold on its rural community, and the Garda are running out of time. Gregory has sworn to follow a quiet life but, when the call comes, can he refuse to help their desperate search for justice?

Murder and mystery are peppered with dark humour in this fast-paced thriller set amidst the spectacular Irish landscape.

©2019 LJ Ross (P)2020 W. F. Howes Ltd

Critic reviews

"LJ Ross keeps company with the best mystery writers." (The Times)

"A literary phenomenon." (Evening Chronicle)

"LJ Ross is the Queen of Kindle." (Sunday Telegraph)