Penguin presents the audiobook edition of The Gathering Dark by James Oswald, read by Ian Hanmore.
A truck driver loses control in central Edinburgh, ploughing into a crowded bus stop and spilling his vehicle's toxic load. The consequences are devastating.
DI Tony McLean witnesses the carnage. Taking control of the investigation, he soon realises there is much that is deeply amiss - and everyone involved seems to have something to hide.
But as McLean struggles to uncover who caused the tragedy, a second crisis develops: the new Chief Superintendent's son is missing, last seen in the area of the crash....
Brilliantly plotted and utterly compelling, this is the gripping new novel in the best-selling Inspector McLean series.
©2017 James Oswald (P)2017 Penguin Books Ltd.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 04-02-18

Darkness continues...

I think Tony could cut a break at this stage-good story and excellent narration, but a bit of happiness is long overdue....come on Mr Oswald!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Vicstervic on 09-02-18

Another great Tony McLean tale

James Oswald has this amazing knack of making supernatural events seem almost normal and Tony McLean seems to have an equally good knack of getting involved in these weird events.

I have read all of this series and they just get better and better. Some of the characters feel like old friends, like Madam Rose and Angus Cadwallader.

I bought and downloaded this the day it was released and have devoured it, as I have all the others. Very entertaining and if there is an audio version of a page turner, this is it!

Ian Hanmore is as brilliant as ever, his voice is so lovely to listen to and he reads women very well too, something a lot of male narrators struggle with.

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