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Dead & Buried

Calladine and Bayliss, Book 5
Narrated by: Jonathan Keeble
Length: 5 hrs and 48 mins
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Forty years ago something terrible happened in Annie's new house....

Annie Naden and her husband buy a remote country cottage at auction. It’s the home of their own that they always wanted, but as they begin renovations, Annie discovers a satchel in a dusty old hidden cupboard. Inside are the usual schoolbooks, now over 40 years old, and a girl’s diary. Among the record of day-to-day crushes and pop concerts is a secret whose terrible consequences are still resonating to this day.  

Detective Tom Calladine has problems of his own. A notorious villain, Vinny Costello, seems to be back in town, and the bodies soon stack up. With Calladine’s loyal DS Ruth Bayliss on maternity leave, he gets in hot water with one of Costello’s assistants and must also cope with an abrasive new member of the team as they seek to untangle a complex series of murders.  

What happened to that girl 40 years ago? And what’s it got to do with the current crime wave?

©2016 Helen Durrant (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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enjoy this series<br />

on book five so that speaks for itself. sometimes Carradine is hard to hear clearly
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  • Trish R.
  • 04-12-18

Great read and listen..



The 5th book of this twosome, and another good murder mystery, with Tom Calladine and Ruth Bayliss.

And for all of those who are interested Tom is a manwh*re. That’s the one thing I don’t like about him. In every story there’s a different woman. This time it was Shez who runs an escort service, who Tom met while she was spying on one of her girls who was doing her own business on the side.

Anyway, this was about 4 or 5 murders, presently and in the past and Tom was out to solve them, with the help of DCI King, Rocco, and Imogen.

At one point I was a little lost but the author brought it all together at the end.

There was no sex, only slightly mentioned, and the F-bomb was only used 2 times.

As to the narration: Jonathan Keeble does a fantastic job and all the voices and the emotions when he reads. He’s become one of my favorites.

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