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The Trespasser Audiobook

The Trespasser: Dublin Murder Squad 6

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Publisher's Summary

Antoinette Conway, the tough, abrasive detective from The Secret Place, is still on the Murder Squad, but only just. She's partnered up with Stephen Moran now, and that's going well - but the rest of her working life isn't. Antoinette doesn't play well with others, and there's a vicious running campaign in the squad to get rid of her.

She and Stephen pull a case that at first looks like a slam dunk lovers' tiff, but gradually they realise there's more going on: someone on their own squad is trying to push them towards the obvious solution, away from nagging questions.

They have to work out whether this is just an escalation in the drive to get rid of her - or whether there's something deeper and darker going on.

©2016 Tana French (P)2016 Hodder & Stoughton

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    Wras 26/09/2016
    Wras 26/09/2016 Member Since 2016

    Kildonan by the sea

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    "Redrum, not in lipstick but in blood, said Rellik"


    Tana French is on fire, this is a book driven by character and inner struggles, suppositions that kill, assumptions that destroy, preset ideas that derail entire lives; plot is secondary to feelings and character to dialog and atmosphere.

    Four Hundred and eighty pages devoured in two days, and now I will have a hard time finding a book as interesting and absorbing as this.

    Antoinette Conway the hard woman of irish detectives is such a breath of fresh air, she takes no prisoners and expects no mercy, but she is human like few characters are.

    Loved this book, it is intricate and moves fast through all the gear changes and psychological wars, to snare to capture the prey that always hides in denial of their crime, and it does it all without fetishist or sadomasochistic murders, or cardboard victims, it builds real interesting people that could live next door or at least in Dublin.

    5 of 7 people found this review helpful
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    julia 01/12/2016
    julia 01/12/2016 Member Since 2016
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    "Brilliant"

    Tana French has outdone herself. This story twists and turns away from the reader so often and with such suddenness that even when you think you know the full story, you don't.

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    Joyce Wong 29/11/2016
    Joyce Wong 29/11/2016 Member Since 2016
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    "Too long"

    The story was way too long - it could've lost a third of the story and been much tighter! Not that much suspense. Somewhat disappointed.

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    Claire up north, UK 22/11/2016
    Claire up north, UK 22/11/2016 Member Since 2012

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    "a classic, cop drama 'page turner'"

    the story is engaging right from the start, a classic incident room page turner.
    However, it's the performance is really excellent.

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    Susan Reed Jones UK 18/11/2016
    Susan Reed Jones UK 18/11/2016 Member Since 2016

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    "Too long and drawn out."

    I thought this book was very predicable and too long for the subject matter. It was well written but I found the characters dislikable to say the least. I think if you are employed in law and order this would appeal to you.

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    Jacqui Amersham, United Kingdom 17/11/2016
    Jacqui Amersham, United Kingdom 17/11/2016 Member Since 2012
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    "Somewhat disappointed"

    Eager to start this, but found the character so unpleasant, I could find no empathy with her, so, despite it being well. Ragged with brilliant dialogue, particularly in the interviews, I couldn't find a way to care about the outcome.

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    laatkins WOKINGHAM, United Kingdom 13/11/2016
    laatkins WOKINGHAM, United Kingdom 13/11/2016 Member Since 2014

    I love family sagas, like discovering different authors and escaping in a story, prefer listening while I do all the boring chores!

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    "love it"

    great story once again. a must read/ listen if your a Tana French fan.
    Can't wait for more.

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    Hugh Finn 08/11/2016
    Hugh Finn 08/11/2016 Member Since 2016
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    "cracking story but . . . .
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    . . . . cracking, great, greatly flawed central character, terrific atmosphere & well observed . . . . but it needs patience as the interviews are very 'real time' & very long. Still great though.

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    Mrs Wokingham, United Kingdom 07/11/2016
    Mrs Wokingham, United Kingdom 07/11/2016 Member Since 2011
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    "Fantastic listen"

    This is definitely Tana French's best book to date. The narrator was brilliant and brought the characters to life. Gripping from start to finish.


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    Wayjor 31/10/2016
    Wayjor 31/10/2016 Member Since 2009
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    "Excellent"

    Another excellent book from Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad. I don't know how she does it! Realistic, uncompromising characters within compelling and intricate story-lines. I listen to, rather than read, books these days and the narrators of this series are superb. I love every book in this series and would recommend them to any adults who enjoy intricate mysteries, thrillers, whodunnits, etc, involving characters and situations brought to life by this utterly modern, gritty, thoughtful and overwhelmingly good author. My only criticism would be that there's no way Tana French can write fast enough for me!

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  • Bjerkana
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    02/12/16
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    "LOVED this book!"

    I've enjoyed all Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad books, although I'm not usually a crime fiction fan. She has a knack for human portraits and a gift for seeing the intricacies of relationships which elevate the book far above the average "who dunnit". Her plots are full of interesting twists and I love the way she brings back minor characters from previous books to flesh them out in more detail. Can't wait for her next book.
    As with all the books I've heard in this series, the performance is outstanding and I'd certainly seek out other narrations by Hilda Fay.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Paul Gar
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    23/10/16
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    "Great story - Great narration"
    What made the experience of listening to The Trespasser the most enjoyable?

    The story is riveting, and the characters are engaging. I thought the narration by Hilda Fay was superb - her voice really suited the story.


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  • Adam D
    02/10/16
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    "A personal disclosure."

    The amazingly gifted Tana French draws you into a fantasy world, and since that is what the book is about, in a way it is a (very) partial autobiography. I am mesmerised.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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