Detective Inspector Sean Corrigan is not like other detectives. An unthinkable childhood left him with a fierce determination to protect the innocent....
The Keeper of Lost Causes, the first installment of Adler- Olsen's Department Q series, features the deeply flawed chief detective Carl MØrck....
Just days before a massive exhibition opens at the popular New York Museum of Natural History, visitors are being savagely murdered in the museum's dark hallways and secret rooms....
An eight-year-old boy is found dead in a playground...and his 11-year-old neighbor is accused of the crime. Leading the defense is London solicitor Daniel Hunter, a champion of lost causes....
Former prosecutor Penn Cage returns to his hometown, but he doesn't find the peace he desperately craves. He finds that his own father is being blackmailed by a corrupt ex-cop.
FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke is on the hunt for that most rare of all killers: a female serial....
A damp, dark cellar holds two cages. And for the women behind the bars, their worst nightmares are about to come true.
When Louise Russell goes missing from her home, D.I. Sean Corrigan from South London's Murder Investigation Unit immediately senses foul play. For Corrigan's own dark childhood has given him the ability not only to recognize evil in those who prey upon the innocent, but also to see a crime scene from the eyes of the perpetrator.
Though Corrigan has no doubts that Louise was taken against her will, he believes she's still alive. But time is running out, especially when a body is found dumped in the woods - a woman who's a dead ringer for Louise. How long before Louise's captor gets tired of her and replaces her with another lookalike? How long before they find Louise's corpse next?
Now, in order to track a psychopath, Corrigan must place himself in the mind of a killer. For it is only there that the twisted secrets of a murderer lie.
Would you try another book from Luke Delaney and/or Steve West?
Yes, but in book format not audio
What was most disappointing about Luke Delaney’s story?
The plot and basic story started off well but I didn't.get past chapter 3 because I couldn't get past the women's voice to finish the book.<br/>
How could the performance have been better?
We and I am a woman need to care for whoever's in danger, even more so when it's one.against the other. A screeking woman's voice doesn't make care for her, I makes me push those off buttons faster, and I am a fan who has only read his books until now,so If UK want to wait 2-3 years until I have forgotten this then I may end up reading the book and liking it.<br/><br/><br/>
What character would you cut from The Keeper?
The woman reader's <br/><br/>