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Only one person can save you. And he wants you dead.

The LAPD finds a man dead at home. Nothing suggests foul play, but elements of the victim’s house show that something is deeply wrong. Meanwhile, in Glasgow, DI Rachel Narey is searching for a missing young woman - and the man she suspects of killing her. When a feed broadcasting the slow and painful death of a final victim is discovered, these two cases become linked.

There’s no way to identify him. No way to find him. No way to save him. Not without the cooperation of a killer.

And the only way he will cooperate is if he can watch him die.

The gripping new novel from the acclaimed author of Murderabilia and The Photographer, both nominated for the McIlvanney Prize.

©2020 Craig Robertson (P)2020 Oakhill Publishing

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Story is OK. Bad narration.

This story was OK. The delivery was not great. Going back and forth between LA and Glasgow was an interesting approach. Unfortunately, there were many cultural errors on the LA side and insufficient markers to alert the reader to the change of location in the story. These things may have been amplified by the narrator clearly not attuned to the US, The accents were fine but the voices of several characters were bad making them difficult to listen to. Two narrators,with one being American, would have provided clearer characters, more voice differentiation and prevented some of the vocabulary and pronunciation problems.

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  • 11-08-20

VERY VERY INTERESTING

I'm looking forward to more from this Author...can't wait actually! Please let this series be performed by Cathleen McCarron...she is excellent.