• The Burying Place

  • By: Brian Freeman
  • Narrated by: Joe Barrett
  • Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (2,472 ratings)

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The Burying Place

By: Brian Freeman
Narrated by: Joe Barrett
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Publisher's summary

Lieutenant Jonathan Stride is quietly recovering from injuries sustained on his latest case when a rich doctor's baby is kidnapped and his peace is shattered. As suspicion builds that the doctor may have staged the baby’s disappearance, the relationship between the doctor and his wife and neighbors begins to disintegrate. Stride and his lover, Serena, a former Las Vegas detective, find themselves on opposite sides of the case, with Stride pursuing evidence that incriminates the doctor and Serena trying to prove that the baby really was abducted.

Meanwhile, Stride’s partner, Maggie, and a headstrong young cop are tracking a man responsible for a violent crime wave in the rural areas of Duluth. There seems to be no connection between the cases—until a victim with ties to the doctor’s case turns up murdered in the signature style of the Duluth killer.

Brian Freeman is an international best-selling author of psychological suspense novels, including Immoral and Stripped.

©2010 Brian Freeman (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

Critic reviews

“Intriguing….An appropriately creepy atmosphere and well-rounded, flawed characters.” ( Publishers Weekly)
“Crisp dialogue, steady suspense, and a cast of original characters drive this fifth entry in Macavity Award–winner Freeman’s excellent series.” ( Booklist)