The entrancing quality of Damian Lynch’s gravelly yet richly textured voice enlivens Graham Ison’s 10th Brock and Poole novel, Lost and Found, in which the British investigative duo take on a seemingly innocuous missing persons case that turns into a labyrinthine mystery spanning as far as the tropical environs of Bermuda.
Lynch’s captivating, pitch-perfect performance suits Ison’s lean, air-tight prose in this old-fashioned police procedural that’s sure to please fans of the genre.
When Eunice Bailey takes her wedding ring into a London jewellers to have it enlarged, she is very keen for it to be done quickly. So when she doesn't return or answer her telephone, the jeweller contacts the police. DCI Brock and DS Poole are on the case, and what begins as a fairly simple missing person enquiry develops into a mystery that has ramifications stretching as far as Bermuda...
Straight forward police procedural mystery. The narrator was wonderful.
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