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Drowning Ground - audiobook

Format audiobooka:
MP3
Format MP3
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Wydawnictwo:
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Język:
Angielski
Data wydania:
27 sierpnia 2015
Rozmiar pliku:
599 B
Czas:
10 min.
Zabezpieczenie:
brak
52,90
Cena w punktach Virtualo:
5290 pkt.

Drowning Ground - opis audiobooka

James Marrisons chilling debut, The Drowning Ground, will plunge readers into of the secrets, fears and lies of a small community. Perfect for fans of hit TV series Broadchurch and The Missing. DARK, GRIPPING AND UNEXPECTED LINWOOD BARCLAY *** A man is found dead near his home with a pitchfork through his neck. When DCI Guillermo Downes is called to the scene he realizes the victim is well known to him. A decade earlier, Downes made a promise to the families of two missing girls that he would find their daughters. Although cleared of any involvement, the dead man had been a suspect in their disappearance. And as the ripples from his death spread through the local community it happens to offer fresh hope that the detective might finally make good on his promise. But as Downes, tormented by his own troubled past, pursues the case alongside a new partner, Sergeant Graves, it soon becomes clear to them both that theres a darkness at the heart of the investigation more dreadful than either could ever have imagined. As past and present bind ever more tightly, Downes and Graves are forced to confront a terrible truth that lies just beneath the surface. *** Praise for The Drowning Ground: An Argentinian DCI in the heart of middle England brings a thoughtful outsiders viewpoint to a murder that has troubling links to unsolved crimes from the past. Guillermo Downess intelligent, intuitive policework keeps the pages turning Sunday Times An intriguing debut ... the plot [has] a strength and texture that help set it apart . . . Taut and told with panache, it ushers in a suitably spiky police hero Daily Mail Marrisons tense dbut expertly evokes a sense of place . . . the highly unusual denouement will catch most readers by surprise Publishers Weekly A gripping thriller . . . a readable, complex tale, astutely paced . . . If the mark of a good whodunnit is that you cant actually guess whodunnit, then The Drowning Ground does its job well. Despite following the plot closely, I was still taken aback by the denouement The Herald Move over Morse Oxford Times With an intricate plot with numerous twists and an intriguing cop with a complex history, Marrison rivets the reader straight through to the novels chilling conclusion. An author to watch, he scores high with this impressive debut Richmond Times Dispatch An assured debut which promises much for the future crimefictionlover.com So many characters with so many secrets and deviant behaviours make this debut mystery by James Marrison a real winner. The authors complex plotting, haunted characters, and gorgeous descriptions of winter are an absolute joy to read even as the action takes one suspenseful turn, then another and then another to an unexpected denouement. When it seems as though all the clues have been resolved, Marrison saves one last shocking revelation for the final chapter.. . . Expertly setting us up for the next chapter in the series ( I cant wait!), Marrison writes lovingly of his new hero, Guillermo Downes, a detective plagued by demons both internal and external yet determined to expose murder most foul whenever and wherever he can curledup.com A masterful novel . . . The protagonists are wonderfully portrayed. Downes is a bit of a mystery, a man born in Buenos Aires of a Argentinian mother and an English father. What led him to leave his homeland and make a life for himself in this small English town? Perhaps the answer will be revealed in the next novel in the series, something Im eagerly anticipating marilynmystertreads.com

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