The Salisbury Key
- Narrated by: Hamish Long
- Length: 11 hrs
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-12-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
Shattered by his lover Jason's suicide, archaeologist Dan Logan is struggling to patch his life together again. He's desperately following up Jason's final obsession, a secret buried deep within the military zone on Salisbury Plain. Anything is better than facing the void of his grief.
He's convinced he'll never love again. When unexpected help arrives in the form of a soldier named Summer Rayne, the last thing Dan could have predicted is the spark of attraction between them. And at first their relationship is fraught with so much conflict, their investigation into the circumstances of Jason's death looks more likely to cause one of their own.
But Rayne is smart, and very kind beneath his soldierly reserve. As the mystery of the Plain begins to vortex around them, dangerous secrets emerge, and Rayne and Dan have to work closely together to protect one another and the sanctity of Jason's memory. A wild new romance takes fire against all odds in the heat of a Salisbury summer, and the soldier and the archaeologist are only on the brink of the mystery of the legendary Salisbury Key.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Amazon Customer on 11-12-17
Another wonderful story from Harper Fox
I adore this book. The narration is really well done and adds even more emotion to this story. Rayne is such a solid kind character, not unrealistically sweet but a decent kind man. Wonderful archeology and a great mystery combine to make a nicely paced story.
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By E. hughes on 20-07-18
Makes you cry, laugh, and scream
I am absolutely in LOVE with the character Danny. The Narrator has such a real interpretation of the character that I now know Danny. The way he spoke was fantastic and every time Danny said Luv I ached because it was not to me.
I nearly cried when Danny's partner died and I screamed when his new partner gets hurt.
Being a gay man in my 50's this book gives me hope that some where there is an intelligent 20 something guy looking for me who can show the same compassion and love for me that Danny showed for Jason.
As for the story it is good, I would add that it needs to be tightened up a bit as it tends to jump in time leaving the reader (listener) to wonder how the character got to this place. The answers does come eventually but it possibly does not need the time difference.
I found very slight things that I would change but on the whole I would fully recommend this book.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By jaimilyn on 13-12-17
Worth the wait
I have the kindle version of this book and it’s been a favorite over the years. I’ve been waiting for the audible version, and was not disappointed now that it was finally released. The narrator was excellent, overall definitely worth the credit.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful