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Summary

The game is over...there’s nowhere to hide.

When Lenchester’s most famous sportsman is shot dead, DCI Whitney Walker and her team are thrown into the world of snooker. She calls on forensic psychologist Dr. Georgina Cavendish to assist, but the investigation takes them in a direction that has far-reaching international ramifications. 

Much to Whitney’s annoyance, an officer from one of the Met's special squads is sent to assist. But as everyone knows...three’s a crowd.

©2021 Sally Rigby (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Kill shot

Another interesting story,enjoyed the twist and turns and meeting the new DCI from the Met!
Look forward to the next book.

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Can't wait for the next one

Excellent story brought to life by the very talented clare corbett
Thank you again

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Done it again.

A well executed series of stories so far. Have been hooked since book 1 and had to listen further. A variety of humbling characters, gripping tales, and solid writing. A crime drama enthusiasts dream.

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Brilliant

Books 8, 9 and 10
All fantastic and so good to follow the main c harachters within the story.
Great reading by Clare Corbett.
Highly Recommended.

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Classic Walker & Cavendish

Great snooker murder mystery , Walker and Cavendish plus a " new recruit " maybe.

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fantastic book

loved it got into the story very easily and couldn't put it down fantastic

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  • 05-10-21

True Sally Rigby ...

I have enjoyed all the books in this series this wasn't my favorite, but still a great listen for a fan. Looking forward to next in series and her newest series

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  • 04-10-21

It's over.

Seems like Sally Rigby just got tired of Cavendish and Walker and went through the motions with this story. It just abruptly ended; kind of lazily. Not much mystery here and never really explains why victim was chosen except the weak excuse of "collateral damage". What a shame, I really enjoyed the series and expected more from the "final installment."

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  • Justine Chandler
  • 02-10-21

LAME

I want to express how disappointing this was. Hard to believe it was written by Sally Rigby whose previous stories in this series were.
Her previous one's led you to believe the clues pointed to a particular person only to have the story take a unexpected twist. This book has none of this!
No surprises, anyone could tell you who committed the murder. Same old "scorned wife did it".

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  • Shoegirl
  • 13-12-21

Very enjoyable

This was one of my favorites in the series. I really liked the different theme than usual and the character development up to this point has been a lot of fun. I will definitely be reading the next one as well as the spinoff series.

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  • 08-10-21

Too short

wish the story lines were longer! Love the interaction between George and Whitney. Great story!

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  • Sharae
  • 02-10-21

Riveting.... Suspense

Need book #11 to hit Sudible, soon, Please. Can't wait for Dark Secrets release!

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  • Madonna Noble
  • 30-09-21

LOVE this series!

I know the exact day each Walker & Cavendish mystery is available, and I immediately download it in Audible format. Clare Corbett, the narrator, does such an excellent job that the story is much enhanced.

In this story, the Lenchester team departs from serial killers to a high profile sports figure. It also introduces us to a new character from the London Met Police Force, Sebastian Clifford. He’s an exceptionally tall aristocrat but not titled or monied because he’s not the eldest son. He joins the team temporarily looking into a case of his own, game fixing through a Singapore syndicate.

I tend to go through these books quickly, as once I’ve started, it’s hard to quit. As always, the banter among Walker’s team makes me laugh, mainly Frank & Doug. It’s also nice to have Whitney’s daughter back home from Australia, but I’ll let you find out the circumstances on your own.