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Buried Secrets

Narrated by: Deryn Edwards
Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

To most people, Detective Inspector Milton Bowman appears to have an ideal life. But some secrets aren't buried deep enough. After a tragic car accident and a shocking murder, DI Milton's colleagues have to start digging into every aspect of his life.

Suspicion and disbelief creep into their lives as a web of deceit unfolds - the Bowman family, friends and even colleagues come under suspicion. No-one is to be trusted.

©2017 Lisa Cutts (P)2017 W.F. Howes Ltd

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Interesting idea

This was an interesting premise for a book, and I think it was quite well executed. Sorry if that sounds a bit wishy-washy, I'm not sure of the best way to review this audio book. On the whole I enjoyed it. The characters were likeable, and worked together in a cohesive and thoughtful way. I was thrilled the author didn't fall into the trap of having all the police officers at each others throats and generally clawing their colleagues eyes out just to get ahead. The whole story was good; it wasn't earth shatteringly fabulous - it's not going to change your life, but it was an enjoyable listen. Would I seek out more books by Lisa Cutts? Possibly not, but if one came up as the daily deal I would definitely buy it. I wasn't sure I was going to like Deryn Edwards narration at the beginning, but I warmed to it and quite liked it by the end.