Skinner now finds himself on the same side as his old enemy. However, Skinner's number one priority is a murder much closer to home. Ever since memories of his first wife Myra's death resurfaced under hypnosis, the question of how she really died has become an obsession which could threaten his career, his marriage and even his sanity.
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By Revmama on 06-03-16
Not sure if I actually like skinner much. in his role as DCC it's like he's omnipotent! he promotes people all over the place with no consult with anyone else at all . people whiz through the ranks seemingly from lowly DC to inspectors and beyond in record time on the whim of superman skinner? its like he plays chess with them all.moving people around to suit his latest whim/strategy/need. he's also blinkered to his own faults though he makes a big thing about his own integrity etc.. oh well...I'll persevere as I look for alternative series of similar ilk.
By L. Lomax on 05-12-15
QUITE LIKED THIS
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes. It's a good story and if you're listening late or night, the descriptions are factual rather than gory.
What did you like best about this story?
That I didn't guess who dunnit till the end.
What three words best describe James Bryce’s performance?
It was OK though it seemed difficult for him to have enough different characters voices.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not really. It was dramatic but no tear jerk moments.
Any additional comments?
I had to smile at some of the female descriptions and treatment. None of them seemed to have a bad hair day or do anything but handle their day-to-day lives perfectly. Also skinner was in danger of becoming an old curmudgeon before his time!