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Summary

Two murder victims and a suspect whose alibi appears open to doubt....

Geraldine Steel is plunged into a double murder investigation which threatens not only her career but her life. And then her previously unknown twin, Helena, turns up, with problems which are about to make Geraldine's life turn toxic in more ways than one.

©2017 Leigh Russell (P)2018 Isis Publishing Ltd

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This is the 9th book I've listened to in the series of Geraldine Steel. I have enjoyed each one the narrator Lucy Price Lewis was fantastic bringing each charator to life she is the best narrator i have listened to . I would recommend the series .

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I do enjoy these books generally....

....but the format is getting predictable - you know the bit where Geraldine suddenly remembers that random item or comment which then sets on a trail leading to solving the murder, wrapping the rest of the book up in 5 minutes. Although on this occasion not sure why the random clue wasn't taken more seriously at the time.

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slightly disappointed

The criminal story was fine and as I've come to expect from this author and the main character but there was far too much about the discovery of her twin sister and her problems. Whilst I like to see a personal side, this was too much and the way DI Steele handled it just seemed out of character.