The Journey’s Inn, Lark’s Estate, Manchester. Three bodies have been found, stabbed to death in their beds. The husband and father of two of the victims has fled. The police are in a race against time to find him – especially when they discover his two young sons are also missing....
Manchester Metropolitan police station. Having survived a near-fatal attack, DC Janet Scott is quietly falling apart. And her best friend and colleague DC Rachel Bailey is reeling from a love affair gone bad.
DCI Gill Murray is trying to keep the team on track, but her own family problems are threatening tip her over the edge. Finding the desperate man is their top priority. But none of them knows where he is going or what he intends to do next. Or what will they have to do to stop him....
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By Sue Oxley on 29-06-13
Seen on Telly and still enjoyed it
I loved listening to this book, it really brought back the characters and although I had seen the story on the tv series, it was still worth listening too for the extra detail, especially about the private lives of the women and their characters.
The story was very interesting - I love books that are not full of action, but psychologically gripping, and this had lots of drama that didn't rely on cars, guns and violence, thank goodness.
The contrast between the professional lives of the detectives and their often chaotic private lives I enjoyed the most. Well worth listening too.
I do find it difficult to listen to some voices over a long period of time, but this reader was excellent, if occasionally her accent slipped, which is why I gave her only 4 instead of 5 stars!
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By Louise on 13-04-13
A really good listen from start to finish. Very detailed in the police procedure but the story revolves around the lives of three woman working for the Manchester Met Police and how they deal with the ups and downs of their daily lives whilst remaining (mostly) professional and strong in their careers in what is a predominately male environment. Would definitely recommend this follow up to Cath Staincliffe's first Scott and Bailey novel, Dead to Me. Well read by Katy Carmichael.