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Detective Inspector Michael Angel and his team are desperately searching for a murderer dressed in a dog collar. Mystified, Angel is unable to determine whether the murderer is a crazed priest or a man in priest’s clothes. Tramps who call at vicarages begging for money are suspected, but nothing is what it seems. Angel is greatly tested, and the investigations become more dangerous, as he races to find the killer to prevent more blood being spilled.

©2011 Roger Silverwood (P)2011 Soundings

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Not that enjoyable

Usually the lead detective has something about them you enjoy. Not so here. A bit too old school for my liking. And his boss was terrible to listen to. He was portrayed as having a really bad cold, so spluttering away when talking with blocked nose. Jonathan Keeble is a brilliant actor/reader but the story let this one down.