Dead Men and Broken Hearts : Lennox

  • by Craig Russell
  • Narrated by Sean Barrett
  • Series: Lennox
  • 12 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It's November 1956. The world is in turmoil, the Suez Crisis and the Hungarian Uprising boiling away in the background. Lennox, though, has more immediate concerns, like getting his personal life and his business back on track. In a bid to stay out of trouble, he's looking for more legitimate cases. Anything's better than working for the Three Kings, the crime bosses who run Glasgow's underworld.
When a woman comes into his office and hires him to follow her philandering husband, it seems the perfect case. Straightforward, typical and, most of all, legal. As he begins to dig deeper, Lennox realizes this is no simple case of marital infidelity. He finds himself caught by the police in a room with a dead body, pursued by shadowy members of the intelligence community, and the people he's been tracking start to track him. In the thick of it once more, Lennox has to draw on the violent, war-damaged part of his personality that he tries to keep buried as he follows a trail of dead men and broken hearts.

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Another great story

Once again, the combination of Craig Russell's story and the fantastic narration by Sean Barrett have combined the make for a very enjoyable listen. I do most of my listening on the 2 mile walk to and from work, when I have a good book such as this one, for some reason it always takes longer to walk. I suspect it is because I don't want the pleasure to end. More please.
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- G.Russell

Master narrator, fine story

Another example of a very good story made even better by a superb narrator. Sean Barrett is one of the best, if not THE best I've heard. He has a great range of credible accents, being able to give good Canadian, Glaswegian and Scottish Highland accents one after the other. Graig Russell's Lennox stories have all been thoroughly enjoyable listens, my only slight disappointment with this recording being a couple of periods of annoying high pitched interference noise but I don't think any of the dialogue was lost.
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- Nicholas Moore

Book Details

  • Release Date: 31-10-2012
  • Publisher: Quercus Publishing Plc