The Chasebridge Killer is out, racial tension is rising and the mutilated body of a young Muslim man is found in the stairwell of a tower block in Doncaster. As he gets drawn into the case, Sean Denton's family life and his police job become dangerously entwined.
Meanwhile a young woman is trying to piece her life back together, but someone is out there - someone who will never let her forget what she's done.
©2016 Helen Cadbury (P)2016 Oakhill Publishing
"Exciting, pacey, vivid and humane. Read it." (Lesley Glaister)
"The descriptions of the setting, Yorkshire at its bleakest, the characters, were so subtly slipped in that I absorbed them subliminally.... I am now reading this excellent book again." (Shotsmag.co.uk)
Book lover and active member of the fantastic THE Book Club (TBC), a Face Book community of readers and writers.
fabulous storyline , wonderfully crafted with realistic and engaging characters.
can't wait for the next Sean Denton book . Helen Cadbury I hope you're working hard ... this is becoming very addictive!!
Enjoy listening to crime and mystery thrillers. Favourite authors/narrators: Mankell, Nesbo, Hewson, James, Lyndsey/Reichlin & Barrett
PC Denton rises above his upbringing on a high rise estate, and renews contact with his father's side of the family. Despite a troubled start with a new chief detective, he rises above infighting in the community and the police to get the girl!!
I have really enjoyed reading these first two books in the Sean Denton series. Very refreshing locations and well written stories that flow well with unexpected twists and turns . I feel that I am already getting to know the main characters who are quite different to the usual whodunit crime fighters.
Thought the narrator did a great job bringing the different characters to life.
I am a big fan of series of books with the same characters having previously been through Ruth Rendell, Colin Dexter, Peter James and Peter Robinson and I truly believe that this series could be as good as those...
This book starts as it means to go on...fast paced on the edge of your seat and thrilling. I advise you to read Helens other book first...to catch a rabbit. ..as it's the start of what I hope is a series about Sean Denton.
Once again Jonathan Keeble does an incredible job as the narrator. This man knows how to read stories out loud.
I finished this in 24 hours. I just couldn't put it down and listened to it whilst working, walking my dog and forfeited an evening of tv to continue with this book.
A fantastic author.
"A good one"
This book had most of what I like: British setting, police procedural, the energy of youthful offenders, a couple of really good detectives, interracial chsracters, a bit of humor, and good story line.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.