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Blood Money

The Dark Yorkshire Crime Thrillers, Book 4
Narrated by: Greg Patmore
Length: 9 hrs and 9 mins
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Summary

The fourth stunning book in the bestselling Dark Yorkshire series. Discover the latest explosive, unmissable chapter.

A businessman found hanged. A tortured and mutilated loaner. High finance has never been so deadly.... 

DI Nathaniel Caslin is spiralling toward a professional crisis. His biggest case in years has collapsed amid accusations of police intimidation. A rebuilt reputation is now facing ruin....

As the extremes of nationalist hate descend upon York, a refugee is tortured to death while a straightforward case of a bankrupt’s suicide proves to be anything but simple. How does an enigmatic campaigner with a secret to keep link these two disparate worlds? Shining a light onto corporate finance draws Caslin to those who prefer to live in the shadows. 

Making money, concealing wealth, protecting what you have...comes at a price. Your enemies - your friends - may find the true cost is underwritten in blood....

Gripping, fast-paced, and full of suspense, Blood Money is the fourth novel released in the number one international bestselling Dark Yorkshire crime series by J M Dalgliesh. Enjoyable as a standalone thriller or as the latest in the series. Discover the writer who listeners are describing as unmissable. Buy it today!

©2018 J M Dalgliesh (P)2019 J M Dalgliesh

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Thrilling

Was an exciting and thrilling story , cant wait to hear the next episode !!!!

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Boring

I enjoyed the first three books . Struggled with every aspect of this one.

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excellent read as always and a brilliant reader.

An excellent read as always and a brilliant reader. Can't wait for the next book.

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Well crafted believable who and why done it !

Good traditional listen for crime and detection lovers - well read not loose ends - as normal with this writer

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Oh, those Russians!

Another clever, well written and highly enjoyable novel in the Dark Yorkshire series. Good action, loads of twists and several plots on the go at once with Caslin once again putting his superhero cape on and defying the odds. Looking forward to the next.

I received a free copy of this audiobook either from the author or a promotion or giveaway and am voluntarily writing an honest and unbiased review.

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One burning question

The story and narration are both OK (4/5), but I was greatly distracted by the question of the disappearing cat. Why bring it into the story at all, if it will later simply disappear through the window especially opened (one assumes) for this reason? Every time Caslin came home all I could focus on was, what about the cat? I even listened to the next book immediately to see if it would reappear but unlike his grumpy father and his faithful assistants, the cat has disappeared.
So if like me you are worried about the cat, we can only hope that a future book or even a spin-off series will solve the mystery of the Missing Cat of York.

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Nate Caslin is back!

Although this is still a very good book, I didn’t enjoy it as much as the previous 3 in the series. I found the storyline to be quite complicated, and I got lost once or twice. This may have been because I listened to the book during the coronavirus lockdown and I have been finding it hard to concentrate.

However, it was nice to catch up with Nate and his team and I look forward to listening to the next in the series.

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I'm bored by Russia's oligarchs, politics, mafia and military. Of course that's what this book is. Rather than learn anything from the author's ideas on the creep of Russia into England's culture I slid through as if I were sitting in the coach's history class back in high school.
Just as it was ending I thought of all the Trump chatter on Russia. Then I thought of the woman , divorced from a Siberian Colonel, a mail order bride who came here, married my neighbor then disappeared into America....and my friend's high school son who did so well in his
Russian language classes he was
reruited by our military before he
graduated.... I'm gonna listen to
this again. :-)