Catherine Heathcote remembers the case well - a child herself when Alison vanished. Now a journalist, she persuades DI George Bennett to speak of the hunt for Alison. But when a fresh lead emerges, Bennett tries to stop the story - plunging Catherine into a world of buried secrets and revelations.
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By Kathleen M Moon on 18-12-15
Would you try another book written by Val McDermid or narrated by Paddy Glynn?
I would try another book by Val McDermid as the story jogged along quite well, although I had worked out the twist really early on. However, I found the narration a bit hurried.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
the story being set in 2 time frames was good, particularly as the earliest time frame brought back many memories of my youth. the least interesting was that the reveal was pretty obvious very early on.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
The narration sounded to hurried.
Was A Place of Execution worth the listening time?
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By A.Connor on 28-12-15
enjoyed lots of it a bit & bits of it a lot!
'bear with the first 1/3 or so of this one..I found it slow & one-dimensional & uninteresting. After that though, McDermid gets into gear & things do become interesting! I'd recommend.
PS- from very early the 'whodunnit' in this story is obvious but that's ok - it's intriguing to sit back & listen to McDermid's plot.
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