Ryan Finnegan, a high-ranking government official, is brutally slain in Leinster House, the seat of the Irish parliament. Detective Inspector Tom Reynolds and his team are called in to uncover the truth behind the murder. As the suspects start to rack up, Tom must untangle a web of corruption, sordid secrets and sinister lies.
At first all the evidence hints at a politically motivated crime - until a surprise discovery takes the investigation in a dramatically different direction. Suddenly the motive for murder has got a lot more personal...but who benefits the most from Ryan's death?
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By Deirdre More on 15-03-18
I'm a Jo Spain fan but ....
What made the experience of listening to Beneath the Surface the most enjoyable?
I loved the story and am a big Jo Spain fan so I bought the book even after reading the reviews about the poor narration. I have to agree. It was hard to differentiate between the characters and the gap in sentences spoiled the flow.Sorry to Brian Tynan but I'm glad Aoife McMahon is reading Book 3.
Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Brian Tynan?
Any additional comments?
Maybe I'm wrong but I believe that instead of saying Aidan Blake at one stage, the narrator said Aidan Quinn.
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