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Bubbles of cold sweat trickled down Faye’s spine. The hole wasn’t empty. Before she could turn and run, she caught the two sightless eyes staring up at her. Only then did she scream. 

When Faye Baker discovers a fragile child’s skull behind the walls of her new home, Detective Lottie Parker is called to investigate. The house has been owned for years by the family of Faye’s boyfriend Jeff, so when Jeff starts acting suspiciously, Lottie wonders what he might be hiding....

Lottie doesn’t have long to dig deeper before a child’s bones are found by 11-year-old Gavin on nearby railway tracks. The bones don’t match the small skull behind the walls, but Lottie can’t ignore the coincidence. Someone out there must be missing their loved ones and it’s up to her to put right a terrible wrong. 

Unable to shake a feeling of foreboding, Lottie goes to speak to Faye, and discovers that she hasn’t turned up for work. When Faye’s body is found stuffed in the back of her car, Lottie needs to find out who wanted her to keep quiet. 

As Lottie hunts for Faye’s killer, the case takes a darker turn when Gavin goes missing. Faye and Gavin are connected only by the grisly body parts they discovered. But who are these little victims and why has their killer come back? Can Lottie find the answers before another precious life is taken? 

This thrilling new novel from best-selling author Patricia Gibney will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. If you like Lisa Regan, Robert Dugoni, and Rachel Caine, you’ll love Buried Angels. 

©2020 Patricia Gibney (P)2020 Bookouture

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Brilliant story, I just had to keep listening. I

loved it , so many things happening. I would definitely recommend this book , get it you will not regret it

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Lottie Rocks another great story

loved it, brilliant twists cant wait for the next one.Hopefully she remains on the force for many crimes to come

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Amazing

Amazing as usual, now I have to wait for Patricia to write her next book xx I hope I don’t have to wait a long time. I love and loved All Patricia,S book.

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awkward editing

there are so many extra parts added at a later date in editing that is distracting, but still another brilliant Lottie Parker book. Maybe one day she will have her happy ending?

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Best one by far

Loved how this storyline went along, it had you wondering who was the killer, it was a shock who it was.
I think this book is the best out of all Patricia's books about Lottie and her family etc. I just wish Lottie for once would get a superintendent who would support her 100% as she deserves it. Can't wait for the next Lottie Book hopefully it's about her and Boyd's wedding. Then Boyd would move in to the mad house and his sister could stay in his flat.

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Brilliant

Yet another brilliant and gripping story in The Lottie Parker series, Well worth the listen

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On the edge of my seat, sat up all night to finish

I nearly stopped ready as so gruesome, but so glad I hung in there, more twists & turns than a curly wurly. Love the charecters on the force & family life. On to the next. Brilliant narative too.

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  • 02-11-20

Love this Book and Series

only issues I have after completing is that I don't have another Lotty Parker book to read.

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very enjoyable

loved it ..love the combination of Patricia Gibney and Michelle Moran ..very enjoyable series...next one pleasr

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A Great Listen

loved this book, like previous books in the series this is s great listen and hard to put down.

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  • MzCarrie
  • 21-06-20

Another hit!

I've listened to all of the Lottie Parker books and I hate it when they end. This one is no exception. Even though the mystery is wrapped up, the personal life of Lottie Parker is just as interesting. The mysteries are always so tangled up that just when you think you know who the culprit is, the end always surprises! Patricia is a master story teller and this series is a favorite. Can't wait for the next book!

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  • Catherine Glass
  • 20-06-20

awesome

as always great read, love the author and have read the whole series so far!!

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  • Ellen
  • 17-06-20

Another good book in the series

I really enjoy this mystery series. Books are well written and the stories move along at a good pace . I feel like I know DI Lotties family and coworkers !

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  • Feviegirl
  • 05-06-20

Lottie is back and better than ever!!!

The last few books of this series had left me wondering if I would even read book eight. Lottie had become unlikable to me - selfish and shrill. Apparently Ms. Gibney read my reviews and made some adjustments! (Haha) There was no "Boyd drama" to wade through - just a good procedural/mystery. There's a focus on the other detectives: hapless, homeless Kirby, conniving Lynch, newbie McCuen, and another boss who is going to give DI Parker fits! There's also a poignant, brief reappearance of Corrigan in this story, and his own little, sad story is very well-written. I'm so happy that Lottie has gotten it together and that the series is moving in the right direction. This may be my favorite of the entire series. Stellar performance, as always, by Michele Moran.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-05-21

Too much Lottie Parker

I've listened to 8 books about Detective Lottie Parker. although I've enjoyed them, it's time for a break. there is too much murder in Buried Angels and all the books in the series. ... need to listen to another author for a while.

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  • ChickE
  • 12-02-21

Continues to keep me entertained

Book 8 and I’m still coming back for more. Lottie is the messed up person we all can relate to and still a great detective. Keep on going Lottie!

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  • Mckenzie Krebs
  • 02-01-21

Great performance but convoluted story

The performance was excellent and the story while interesting was very convoluted. It was hard to follow at times.

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  • huck13
  • 21-09-20

Great story and great reader

I could not put this book down it kept me interested with no boring parts. The reader
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  • Jane
  • 18-08-20

Great series! Keep them coming!

These novels are engaging and fun and intriguing. – – Laurie Parker is great, but can be a pain in the butt. I love it.

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  • Lynne B. Wiley
  • 25-07-20

Great listen

The Lottie Parker series is the best. The stories have well defined characters. I have listened to all of them and anxiously await the next one. If you like mysteries with sometimes completed plots with doses of single motherhood then these books are for you. Read the first one in the series and you will be hooked too.