Meanwhile Karen Friedman, professional mother of two, learns her brother has disappeared. She desperately needs to know he's safe, but once she starts looking, she discovers unexpected things about her own needs and desires.
Played out against a gritty landscape on the edge of a Northern town, Karen and Sean risk losing all they hold precious.
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By Ms. L. Chalkley on 01-05-15
A Delight with a Light Touch
I'm so glad that I decided to have a listen to a new author with Helen Cadbury's 'To Catch A Rabbit'. This was a police procedural from a fresh and refreshing angle. Our heroes are a humble PCSO who lives with his nan, a fast track SOCO excluded from the team and an admin worker at an immigration charity. With peripheral players at the centre of the action, the usual view of a detective thriller shifts - to very good effect. I did get a little lost with a change of time and place at one point - but I decided that was a good thing, I had to keep paying attention. I am very surprised at this being a first novel. There's a deft and confidence that seems very assured. I loved the light and sometimes almost whimsical tone that the story has - it's consistent through the whole book and helped me to feel submerged in the story. Jonathan Keeble did a sterling job at performing the wide range of characters. I'm going to give it a second listen, to see if the dream that one of the characters had makes any more sense - or if it was just the rabbit!
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