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Summary

Alex is in his thirties, a solitary man who has finally found love in the form of his beautiful and vivacious wife, Rachel. When Rachel is brutally murdered one Midsummer Night in the grounds of their alma mater, Worcester College, Oxford, Alex's life as he knew it vanishes. He returns to Oxford that winter and, through the shroud of his grief, begins to try to piece together the mystery surrounding his wife's death. But as Alex delves deep into the past to uncover shocking secrets and constantly shifting versions of the truth, he begins to confront the terrifying reality that neither his lives, nor his love, are the things he thought them to be....

©2012 Elanor Dymott (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Incredibly dreary with self-absorbed characters who are not at all likeable. The narrator does a good job although when talking as Harry, possibly the dreariest character, his narration reflects the character. I dropped off while listening and couldn't really be bothered to find out what I had missed