Ihaka's old rival Detective Inspector Tony Charlton takes control of the case but with more corpses turning up and Auckland Central stretched to breaking point, he agrees to let Ihaka investigate the apparently unrelated murder of a young man about town. As the investigations expand, uncovering a blackmail operation preying on married women, gang activities controlled from inside Paremeremo prison and possible police corruption, Ihaka realises that the cases are related and he's hunting a faceless and prolific hit-man. Or is the hit-man hunting him?
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By Mark on 30-08-12
Light but enjoyable
Enjoyable read, Tito Ihaka has always been one of my favoured characters in fiction and for those who've encountered him before, this book won't disappoint. nothing startling and nothing deep but plenty to make most smile.
Narration is very good, the odd lapse with pronunciation but one must make allowance for Australians, The voice used for Tito Ihaka is perfection for that character.
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By Tracey on 08-12-14
What made the experience of listening to Death on Demand the most enjoyable?
david treddinnick always makes the books interesting many differant characters and voices
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
keeps you thinking on who and why
What does David Tredinnick bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
yes great at bringing it to life
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
so many kiwis so few time