The mutilated corpse of a young prostitute is discovered in a squalid apartment. Angela Murphy has recently started working as a detective on the mean streets of Glasgow, Scotland's largest city. Just days into the job, she's called to attend this grisly murder. She is shocked by the horror of the scene. It's a ghastly sight of blood and despair. To her boss, Frank Martin, there's something horribly familiar about the scene. Is this the work of a copycat killer? Will he kill again?
With limited resources and practically no experience, Angela is desperate to prove herself. But is her enthusiasm sufficient? Can she succeed before the killer strikes again?
Another crime novel by Elly Grant, best-selling author of the Death in the Pyrenees series.
Firstly this book is a good, well written, modern day detective novel that is well worth listening to.
My only fault with this book was the quality of the audio recording. I found myself turning the volume up and down almost constantly (device independent). If you find another version of this audio book I would give that a try.
Good luck and I hope you have better experience than I had.
So many interesting characters crows he mydtery , the crimes barely register. No blood and gory details herre. The reader's voice is different and took getting used to but by the ytime I finished listening I was enjoying it. I hope the sequel comes quickly.
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