Summary

Penguin presents the new unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Dead Men's Bones, the new gripping thriller from James Oswald.
Morag Weatherly and her two young daughters have been shot by husband Andrew, an influential politician, before he turned the gun on himself. But what would cause a rich, successful man to snap so suddenly?
For Inspector Tony McLean, this apparently simple but high-profile case leads him into a world of power and privilege. And the deeper he digs, the more he realises he's being manipulated by shadowy factions.
Under pressure to wrap up the case, McLean instead seeks to uncover layers of truth - putting the lives of everyone he cares about at risk . . .
©2014 James Oswald (P)2014 Penguin Books Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By caroline on 09-09-14

Excellently written, narrated series

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After listening to some books which can only be described as ponderous drivel, it is truly wonderful to return to an author who actually knows how to write. A very good series, excellently narrated and a series which in my opinion will only get better.
Start from book 1 and you will become addicted. It helps if you are a fan of Scottish Crime, narrators and a story which often has a dark twist to it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lucy on 20-08-14

Another great book in the series

I really do like listening to Ian Hanmore - as with the others in the series this was very well narrated. I think you do need to read in order as previous details are mentioned and you need to be up to date to get the links.

More please - I really have thoroughly enjoyed this series and very disappointed to come to the end of this book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Anniebligh on 13-09-14

saucy demon fails to recruit new sacrificial soul

Trust an ex British SAS soldier to be a hero. And one does wonder who else was in the club and who exactly are the dark angels and why Geordy thought.he was the target.

The story lacks a kind of cohesion and is still lots of fun. I found myself keenly engaged and wanting to learn what comes next. The cat is wonderful. So is the Secret Service visitor.
Very well read by Ian Hanmore.

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