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Death's Silent Judgement

Hannah Weybridge, Book 2
Narrated by: Joan Walker
Series: Hannah Weybridge, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 57 mins
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Death's Silent Judgement is the thrilling sequel to Dancers in the Wind and continues the gripping series starring London-based investigative journalist Hannah Weybridge.

Following the deadly events of Dancers in the Wind, freelance journalist and single mother Hannah Weybridge is thrown into the heart of a horrific murder investigation when a friend, Liz Rayman, is found with her throat slashed at her dental practice.

With few clues to the apparently motiveless crime, Hannah throws herself into discovering the reason for her friend's brutal murder and is determined to unmask the killer. But before long Hannah's investigations place her in mortal danger, her hunt for the truth placing her in the path of a remorseless killer....

For fans of Lynda La Plante and Martina Cole.

©2017 Anne Coates (P)2017 Audible, Ltd

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Another great story

This is the second Hannah Weybridge book, and I find I've grown quite fond of the prickly journalist. She's not an easy person to love, being quite introverted and a little stand offish, but now I've finished the 2nd book, I think I can say with confidence we've become friends. Surely that's the art of being a good writer, making the reader feel they have a connection to the main protagonist. The story around Hannah's friend, Liz's murder, is complex and detailed. But it is all explained clearly, each thread being closely examined before being woven into the denouement. This is a great follow up to Dancers in the Wind, and I'm really looking forward to the 3rd book, Songs of Innocence. A series well worth investing in.