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April 2016
Alex Gray
The Darkest Goodbye
When an elderly woman is found dead at her home, newly fledged DC Kirsty Wilson is called to the scene. It appears that the woman had a mysterious visitor in the early hours – someone dressed as a carer, but with much darker intentions. Before she can catch her breath, another body turns up – the victim a well- known drug dealer, and there’s no question that this was a brutal execution. The two cases appear to have nothing in common, but when a second vulnerable person is murdered in their sleep, Detective Superintendent William Lorimer is called in to help DC Wilson investigate. This case is big and it’s about to get more personal than either of them could have imagined . . .
Also available by Alex Gray: The Bird That Did Not Sing; Keep the Midnight Out & The Swedish Girl
Read by Joe Dunlop
11 hours 10 minutes
Roberta Kray
The Honeytrap
Harry Lind isn’t a huge fan of the honeytrap side of his detective business so when there are no male “honeytraps” available for a client he takes a hell of a lot of convincing to step up. And then he runs into an old acquaintance. Ellen Shaw is trouble with a capital T but why is she talking to one of the most notorious gangsters in the East End? And when reporter Jess calls Harry to let him know that Sylvie, one of the agency’s honeys, is missing, life gets even more complicated. At first, he’s convinced that Jess is overreacting, but when a body is found, he begins to worry. Can Harry and Jess find Sylvie, and help Ellen, before it’s too late?
Also available by Roberta Kray: Dangerous Promises; No Mercy & Streetwise
Read by Paul Thornley
4 hours 40 minutes
Kate Griffin
Kitty Peck and the Music Hall Murders
Limehouse, 1880: Dancing girls are going missing from “Paradise” – the criminal manor run with ruthless efficiency by the ferocious Lady Ginger. Seventeen-year-old music hall seamstress Kitty Peck finds herself reluctantly drawn into a web of blackmail, depravity and murder when The Lady devises a singular scheme to discover the truth. But as Kitty’s scandalous and terrifying act becomes the talk of London, she finds herself facing someone even more deadly and horrifying than The Lady. Bold, impetuous and blessed with more brains than she cares to admit, it soon becomes apparent that it’s up to the unlikely team of Kitty and her stagehand friend, Lucca, to unravel the truth and ensure that more girls do not meet with a similar fate.
Read by Nicole Davis
11 hours 15 minutes
Susan Lewis
978-1-4450-5761-3 ILB160409
11 CDs
978-1-4450-5758-3 ICD160409
MP3 CD (2 CDs)
978-1-4450-5759-0 IMP160409
11 CDs
978-1-4450-5524-4 ICD160408
MP3 CD (2 CDs)
978-1-4450-5525-1 IMP160408
The Girl Who Came Back
5 CDs
978-1-4450-5729-3 ICD160410
MP3 CD (1 CD)
978-1-4450-5730-9 IMP160410
When Jules Bright hears a knock on the door, the last person she expects to find is a detective bringing her the news she’s feared for the last three years. Amelia Quentin is being released from prison. Jules’s life is very different now to the one she’d known before Amelia shattered it completely. Knowing the girl is coming back she needs to decide what to do. Friends and family gather round, fearing for Jules’s safety. They know that justice was never served; every one of them wants to make the Quentin girl pay. The question is, what will Jules do; and which of them – her or Amelia – has the most to fear?
Also available by Susan Lewis: Behind Closed Doors; No Place to Hide & Too Close to Home
Read by Karen Cass
10 hours 50 minutes
General Fiction
978-1-4450-5735-4 ILB160411
11 CDs
978-1-4450-5733-0 ICD160411
MP3 CD (2 CDs)
978-1-4450-5734-7 IMP160411
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