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Perception of Death
- By: Louise Anderson
- Narrated by: Cathleen McCarron
- Length: 12 hrs and 54 mins
Erin Paterson runs her grandfather's law firm in Glasgow, and is an uncompromisingly aggressive negotiator. But the success of her practice is not echoed in her personal life. Erin's father has had a stroke. She can't stand her mother. Her sister's a flake and their brother, Leland, committed suicide. She's not doing too well with her boyfriend either, whom she discovers in flagrante the day that an old school friend, Lucy Grant, is murdered.
- By Steve on 14-03-06
Absolutely gripping from the start - the reader was excellent and utterly believable with a good range in voice characterisation. The plot is a bit far-fetched and at times lacking in credibility, but strangely that does not actually get in the way of enjoyment of the thrill as it develops at a good pace speckled with some wit and humour. Looking forward to the return of Erin Patterson in another story?
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