It’s 1955 and Home Office pathologist Doctor Richard Pryor and forensic biologist Angela Bray have a thriving private forensic consultancy. A mysterious new case shakes up the quiet resort town of Borth when a body is found in the bog with its hands tied and the head missing. Richard and Angela must use all of their expertise to uncover the truth behind this gruesome case.
I loved Bernard Knight's Crowner John series and thought I wouldn't like the Richard Pryor Mysteries, but they are refreshing and enjoyable.
He applies the same attention the period detail of the 1950s as he did to the middle ages, which is both entertaining and educational! I look forward to more.
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Jonathan Keeble has once again brought life to the 1950s with the reading of this great book. Get it now but maybe it would be a good idea to hear the books in order.
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Any additional comments?
as with the other two books there is more than one storyline involved and at the end of the book all the outcome are explained.
have really enjoyed these books performed by Jonathon keeble and written by Bernard knight..
Narrator did their best with limited material. Too many storylines left unresolved. Writing also dated.
Would you try another book written by Bernard Knight or narrated by Jonathan Keeble?
Not if its narrated by Jonathan Keeble
Has Grounds for Appeal put you off other books in this genre?
No, I love this kind of book
Would you be willing to try another one of Jonathan Keeble’s performances?
No, because I very quickly got sick of listening to the generic "South Wales Boyo" accent that everyone seems to think is spoken in all parts of Wales! it really grated on my nerves after a few chapters so I stopped listening & haven't bothered since, shame because it might have been a good story
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