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The first in the McNamara series introduces the Scottish chief inspector in his rush to apprehend a serial killer who blends well with the people on Nightingale Street and most of the time makes the police run in circles. A scream wakes up everyone living on Nightingale Street and a body is found on the lawn of an older couple. This will unleash a series of events that will dig up secrets and will turn the peaceful suburban street into a living nightmare. People won't know where or who to turn to. General mistrust accompanies the man hunt.   

Surprisingly, the Chief-Inspector, known to everyone as a cold man, seems to lose his mind when he meets a young woman caught in the events.  

Join McNamara in his hunt and fall in love with the young woman that catches his eye. Intrigue, suspense and cynical humor, together with unique characters, create a thrilling atmosphere.

©2015 Roxana Nastase (P)2018 Roxana Nastase

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  • Voyager
  • 08-12-18

Narration - you have got to be joking !

Narration so bad it is unbearable. Sorry Audible I will be requesting a refund. Don't want to be rude, but does no-one check the books?

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  • delia
  • 04-30-18

terrible narration

the narration is terrible it may be a great book but cant listen to it