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Summary

A message left in error on a young woman's answering machine is the catalyst for uncovering some dark deeds. Three young women are missing, luxury cars are being stolen, and just what did happen to two young schoolgirls, missing since the 1980's? DI Strong and journalist, Bob Souter are drawn into murky and dangerous worlds.

©2016 David Evans (P)2017 Bloodhound Books

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Torment like Trophies deserves trophies

I did wonder if I would enjoy this book as much as the first but it was every bit as good and I was sad to reach the end and I'm now awaiting the next book.

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A really good story, audio could be better

I enjoyed the story. very multi faceted and I like that I know the locations but really the narration could be so much better. I'm not convinced by the acting out of the book and also the transitions between some of the scenes are as short as between sentences in a scene which can make the story confusing. I only gave 4 stars for story because there was no real explanation about how Susan could have seen the girls.