A devastating tragedy still looms over Adam's family – can he find the answers to unresolved questions?
What happened in the Lake District 26 years ago that resulted in a family being torn apart?
An old tragedy, still unresolved, brings together estranged brother and sister Adam and Kirsty, who try to solve it despite their relatives' objections.
Does a missing camera hold clues to what might have happened? Meanwhile Kirsty, co-owner of a cake-making company, has more immediate worries in the form of increasingly threatening emails and gifts, all sent anonymously.
Someone is watching her – someone who knows where she lives. Is it an obsessed stranger, or one of her circle of friends? Is there anyone she can trust?
Very good listen. My one criticism is that the mystery is solved for the listener too early in the book.
loved it. narator did a splendid job. Anthea Fraser is truly gifted cab't wait ti lusten to the next one
Would you try another book written by Anthea Fraser or narrated by Julia Franklin?
The narrator was fine, but maybe not the author. I didn't like any of the characters enough to make it interesting.
Has The Unburied Past put you off other books in this genre?
What even is the genre? Modern cosy? It's hard to find interesting mysteries without loads of horror and gore, or worse soppy romance.
Which character – as performed by Julia Franklin – was your favourite?
I quite liked the people who were killed off at the beginning.
You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?
It was OK as a background to work.