Summary

A young woman, out jogging in the woods, finds a body.
Eleanor Blackwood discovers a woman's body in the same spot in the woods where her mother was strangled eighteen years previously. But before the police can get there, the body vanishes.
Is Eleanor's disturbed mind playing tricks on her again, or has her mother's killer resurfaced? And what does the number on the dead woman's forehead signify?
©2016 Leigh Russell. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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2 out of 5 stars
By JK2 on 13-08-18

Awful narration.

So so story. Awful narration. It was a struggle to finish it. Not worth it.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 13-08-18

I struggled to finish

I found the narration difficult to get past, I think the narrator was trying to see how many R's she could get into each work. all the characters came across as dim witted country bumkins.
The story was equally contrived and I pretty much worked out who, where and why half way through the story.

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2 out of 5 stars
By rachel w on 05-05-17

Narration was torture

It's hard to rate the actual story because the narration is just unbearable. The accents/voices for different characters, especially male, are just bad. The story is ok, drags on a bit in a somewhat predictable fashion, but do yourself a favor and read this one instead of listening if you must.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Davida R Clifton on 06-11-16

Boring

you knew who the killer was very early...the writing was dry...everything about this book was completely boring

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