Ruth and Simon's romantic break is shattered by the news that their daughter, Heather, on holiday in Cornwall, has disappeared. The loss is more than they can bear and they separate. In time Ruth remarries and has a second daughter, Beatrice. Then Beatrice goes missing. While DI Grayson leads the search for Beatrice, DS Helen Walker re-examines what happened to Heather years before.
©2009 John Harvey (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd
An enjoyable story with many interesting threds. Reader voice was relaxing. Just found the poor prounciation irritating. Catriona is Kat reen a not Cat ri owna and Wisbech is Wiz beach not Wiz beck. I would have thought UK place names and personal names could be checked easily before recording.
"Wouldn't want DI Grayson investigating anything!"
This could have been an interesting read except for the "hero" breaking just about every investigatory procedure category in his quest to be proven right about a pedo. I guess he drew the line at planting "evidence" but I was waiting for that. His sidekick was a little better. At least she responded to the actual evidence not the "feeling in his heart." The other characters were interesting and their psychological motivations were far more consistent and believable. As I said, it could have been really interesting if handled differently.
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.