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Publisher's Summary

"'Turn a Blind Eye' is a highly enjoyable episode in this ongoing series - in no small measure due to the talented Blagden’s versatile and spot-on vocal interpretations of each character in the large cast." (NJ.com)

Turn a Blind Eye is the third installment in the gripping story of Detective Inspector William Warwick, by the master storyteller and number one New York Times best-selling author of the Clifton Chronicles.

Newly promoted to Detective Inspector, William Warwick is tasked with a dangerous new line of work, to go undercover and expose crime of another kind: corruption at the heart of the Metropolitan Police Force. Along with detectives Rebecca Pankhurst and Nicky Bailey, his team is focused on following Detective Jerry Summers, a young officer whose lifestyle exceeds his income. But the investigation risks being compromised when Nicky falls for Summers.

Meanwhile, notorious drug baron Assem Rashidi goes on trial, defended by Booth Watson QC, while William’s father Sir Julian and sister Grace lead the prosecution case. And William’s wife Beth, now a new mother to twins, makes a surprising new friend in Christina Faulkner - the ex-wife of William’s former rival, criminal financier Miles - who has not only turned over a new leaf, but also has a new-found source of income when Faulkner dies suddenly of a heart attack and she stands to be sole inheritor of his estate.

As the undercover officers start to draw the threads together, William realizes that the corruption may go deeper still, and more of his colleagues than he first thought might be willing to turn a blind eye.  

A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Press

©2021 Jeffrey Archer (P)2021 Macmillan Audio

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Loved it!

Jeffrey Archer always writes a great book and I loved this one as well. I just wish I could get the fourth one NOW! Great read by a Great Author!

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Another Great Archer Novel

I have listened to the previous two books in the series. The series had a short but a good start, the second book was not as good as the first. So I was worried about this one, but no worries the story is excellent. It will make you look forward to the next book as well as giving you closure in this one.

There are always bunch of "googlie"s in Archer novels and this one surely has its share. I dont need to mention the characters because this is a Sir Archer novel for God's Sake. You want to be one of the good guys and the bad is very common very familiar in everyday life.

My only question is how come West Ham Soccer Club was not mentioned in this book?

Also sometimes narration kills a good book but George Blagden is the reason why this book is not just very good but excellent.

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Faulty Story Line

It is rather frustating to listen to some of the court scenes which show the prosecution rather incompetent at times, lacking simple common sense. And there are other story parts that are hard to fit in.

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Jeffrey Archer continues - with a new narrator

At first, we were not sure if we liked this book, nor were we convinced that this book met the high standard we have come to appreciate from Mr. Archer. As we progressed through the book, we realized that this narrator, while good, was not in the superlative class of the prior narrator.
All in all, a fine story which is worth listening.

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Superb

This book is totally engaging and clever and very well read
I highly recommend it

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Awesome

As per usual, great story with interesting plot that makes me want more
Can’t wait for the next book in the warrick series

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Always a Great Storyteller!

I've been reading and enjoying Jeffrey Archer's work for nearly 30 years, and his storytelling just gets better with time. His characters, in this and all books, are engaging, smart, insufferable and believable. I have really enjoyed this story as well as the others in the Warrick saga. Each one ends in a crescendo that leaves one impatiently waiting for the next!

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Book 3

Enjoyed it. But not his best by far. A bit predictable.
See if the Murder one is better

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Engaging story line

ah, the ongoing sagas of Jeffrey Archer, this series gets better as it goes along

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Cliff hanger

As usual he always leaves you wanting to read the next book. I have never been disappointed.