Summary

Winter in the Derbyshire Peaks: months of knee-deep snow, short days, and rocketing crime rates.
Detective Sanne Jensen is living in self-imposed isolation and quietly falling apart, while Dr. Meg Fielding, Sanne's best friend and occasional lover, is struggling to cope with her violent brother, who is back in town and demanding money that she doesn't have.
When the murder of a drug addict is dumped onto Sanne's already unmanageable caseload, she suspects the death may be the start of something more sinister. But how can she investigate a crime when no one cares about the victim? And how can she stop a killer who has no identity, no motive, and no conscience?
©2015 Cari Hunter (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books Inc
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5 out of 5 stars
By Beni Pardy on 28-08-17

Another brilliant story from Cari Hunter

Another well put together story by Cari Hunter, just the right amount of pace, red herrings, violence and sex to keep the reader engaged right through to the end. Brilliantly narrated by Nicola Victoria Vincent.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs Gee on 19-06-18

Brilliant narrative and story

Totally engrossed in this series of books. The narrative is brilliant and keeps you engrossed all the way through. Loved the story and keeps you wondering all the way till the end. Its one of those stories you can't wait to get to the end to see whats happening but don't want it to end!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Tanya on 16-06-17

great series.

love this series! looking forward to the next book.
the author and narrator are a winning combo.
Can't get enough.

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5 out of 5 stars
By 'Nathan on 22-06-18

An incredible follow up in the 'Dark Peak' series.

This was so good, and the narrator, Nicola Victoria Vincent, is fast becoming a favourite. I need to find other books performed by her, ASAP. Her range of accents is incredible, and her performance of the various characters in Cari Hunter's books are brilliant.

Sanne, Nelson, Meg... in the space of two books, I've grown so fond of the cast of Hunter's Dark Peak series that I'm a little sad to know I've only got one more book remaining. In the space of time between book one and two, the reader is quickly made aware that things have changed between Meg and Sanne—I know, I know, I had a moment of panic, too—but in Hunter's able hands, the narrative ducks and weaves and left me completely satisfied with the journey.

More, the thriller unfolding in the background is total Cari Hunter A-Game: it's engrossing, it's befuddling, and it's resolved through a realistic mix of detective work, intuition, and luck. The verisimilitude that Hunter puts forth in this aspect of her writing is brilliant. Ditto in the sub-plot of Meg's family, which returns in the form of her brother and is very, very unwelcome.

I can't wait to get to 'A Quiet Death.'

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