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  • Everything and Nothing | Araminta Hall

    Everything and Nothing

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Araminta Hall
    • Narrated By Amy Elton
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    Ruth and Christian are - just - holding their marriage together, after Christian's disastrous affair a year ago. But chaos beckons, and when the family are suddenly left without any childcare, Agatha comes into their lives to solve all their problems. But Agatha is not as perfect as she seems and her love for the children masks a deeper secret. Everything and Nothing is a stunningly assured debut, superbly evoking an atmosphere of inexorable and sinister menace that builds to a mesmerising climax in a story that is, at its heart, about thwarted and damaged love.

  • Our Kind of Cruelty

    • UNABRIDGED
    • By Araminta Hall
    • Narrated By To Be Announced
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    This is a love story. This is a tragedy. This is a book about a break up so bad that when you put the pieces of the love story back together, what you get is murder.... Mike knows that most of us travel through the world as one half of a whole, desperately searching for that missing person to make us complete. But he and Verity are different. They have found each other, and nothing and no-one will tear them apart. It doesn't matter that Verity is marrying another man.

  • Dot | Araminta Hall

    Dot

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Araminta Hall
    • Narrated By Claire Morgan
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    In a higgledy-piggledy house with turrets and tunnels towering over the sleepy Welsh village of Druith, two girls play hide and seek. They don’t see its grandeur or the secrets locked behind doors they cannot open. They see lots of brilliant places to hide. Squeezed under her mother’s bed, pulse racing with the thrill of a new hiding place, Dot sees something else: a long-forgotten photograph of a man, his hair blowing in the breeze. Dot stares so long at the photograph the image begins to disintegrate before her eyes, and as the image fades it is replaced with one thought: ‘I think it’s definitely him.’

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