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Summary

Enzo Macleod tackles one of France's most notorious unsolved case in the fourth offering from the Sunday Times best-selling master of crime.

Ile de Groix , France.

A Frozen Island

This tiny isle off the coast of Brittany is the scene of a murder left shrouded in mystery and grief. 

A Frozen Crime

Adam Killian's study has been left intact since his death - the perfect state for Enzo Macleod's forensic investigation. 

A Frozen Heart

Killian's daughter-in-law is still hoping, the first suspect is still hiding and the treacherous island itself still has a revelation for Enzo.

©2013 Peter May (P)2018 Quercus Editions Limited

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  • 07-06-18

Peter Forbes' narration transforms this book

I have enjoyed most of the Peter May books on audible - but only with decent narration. This was NOT the case for the first in the Enzo series (Dry Bones, with truly awful narration by Simon Vance). Thankfully the tie-up between May and Forbes is gradually making more of his titles great listens. This is one of the latest to be re-recorded - hooray!

The book itself is another good piece of detective work for the big Scottish forensic investigator, this time mainly on an island near Lorient in Southern Brittany. I reckon it will keep most listeners entertained - and probably guessing right to the end. I now look forward to Peter Forbes narrations of the remainder of the series.

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Totally compelling!

Another superb book from the Enzo Files - already downloaded the next one - both story and narration kept me rivetted!

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Another excellent book

Another excellent book in the Enzo Mcloud series. excellent narrating. A twist at the end.

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Excellent thriller, great plot

This is my 4th thriller by Peter May and i feel as though I have come to know Enzo quite well. Yet again brilliantly narrated by Peter Forbes - i hope these two chaps work together for a very long time!

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Run of the mill

At least this book differed a bit from previous Enzo books. Enzo only gets hit over the head once and doesn’t get laid at all (though he almost does) . Furthermore, there is no Soppy Sophie, buff Bertrand, Nicole or Kirsty. There is however the impossibly dreary Charlotte who is supposed to be a clinical psychologist but has no insight into her own bizarre behaviour and indeed appears to be an attention seeking sociopath in her own right.
As for the story it’s ok though pedestrian.
Obviously one needs to read the series to find out if Charlotte gets to diagnose Enzo’s dementia brought on by repeated blows to the head. Cirrhosis is also possible comorbidity. Finally, he really does need to loose the ponytail.

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Very enjoyable listen

I am a fan of Peter May and this fourth book in his ‘Enzo’ detective series did not disappoint. I think his writing works particularly well in audio format and Peter Forbes reads particularly well.

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Another cracking listen - hooked

Can’t stop myself buying and listening to these books. Excellent in all ways. Peter Forbes gives another 5* performance and clever cold case story. Nice not to have the daughters and Nicole appear this time. Was getting a bit formulaic. So Enzo can pull it off alone! Have already bought the next one in the series.

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Ok

the story was ok but o guessed the ending about half way through.

Ok read

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Very enjoyable tale

Great to have a story in the series which isn't encumbered with Enzo,s dreadful whining daughters and the over- eager Nicole.

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His usual good story telling

the author appears to have a thing about the smell of things .He described it so many times through the story it became very noticable

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