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A Deathly Silence

By: Jane Isaac
Narrated by: Katherine Press
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Summary

When the mutilated body of a police officer is found in a derelict factory, the Hamptonshire police force is shocked to the core. DCI Helen Lavery returns from injury leave and is immediately plunged into an investigation like no other. 

Is this a random attack or is someone targeting the force? Organised crime groups or a lone killer? 

As the net draws in, Helen finds the truth lies closer than she could have imagined and finds herself facing a twisted killer who will stop at nothing to ensure their secrets remain hidden. And time is running out....

©2019 Jane Isaac (P)2020 Oakhill Publishing

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Good start but audible tone altered with each chapter and when you are listening, this is extremely annoying. As for the narrator - she seemed bored for most of the time. Then everything seemed to stall and listening was akin to paint drying! Nothing happened for what seemed ages and I finally skipped to the end for discovery of the killer - and I had guessed right when having missed over half of the novel. All in all, a big disappointment all round.