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Gone to Ground

A Detective Kay Hunter Crime Thriller
Narrated by: Alison Campbell
Series: Detective Kay Hunter, Book 6
Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
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Summary

While attending a crime scene on the outskirts of Maidstone, DI Kay Hunter makes a shocking discovery. The victim has been brutally cut to pieces, his identity unknown. When more body parts start turning up in the Kentish countryside, Kay realises the disturbing truth - a serial killer is at large and must be stopped at all costs. 

With no motive for the murders and a killer who has gone undetected until now, Kay and her team of detectives must work fast to calm a terrified local population and a scornful media. When a third victim is found, her investigation grows even more complicated. 

As she begins to expose a dark underbelly to the county town, Kay and her team are pulled into a web of jealousy and intrigue that, if left unchecked, will soon claim another life. 

Gone to Ground is a gripping serial-killer thriller full of pause-resisting suspense and the sixth installment in the Detective Kay Hunter British detective series:

  1. Scared to Death
  2. Will to Live
  3. One to Watch
  4. Hell to Pay
  5. Call to Arms
  6. Gone to Ground
©2018 Rachel Amphlett (P)2018 Saxon Publishing

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  • Benjamin Thomas
  • 09-09-18

Full of suspense

DI Kay Hunter and her team have their hands full trying to solve this case. Full of suspense, indentifying the victims of heinous crimes proves to be a worthy challenge. Narrator does an excellent job with several remarkable accents, male and female voices.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 22-08-18

Great series..

I'm always sad when I find a great series and the last book ends.. This was one of my favs. Narrator was great!

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  • Lynn Shaw
  • 14-08-18

Amphlett & Campbell have done it again!

I L-O-V-E the Detective Kay Hunter series from Rachal Amphlett! Each one is a bloody brilliant, edge of your seat, white knuckle read. I have to say Gone to Ground was far more sinister than previous Kay Hunter stories but that just made me relish it more. Filled with twists and turns I am in shock at “who done it.” As always Amphlett delivers a well-executed police drama.

One of my favorite aspects of Amphlett’s stories is finding out what animal Adam (Kay’s SO) has brought home. As a vet he treats a wide variety of animals. To my utter delight, Adam brought home a goat to board until its permanent home was available. This adds levity to break up the serious tone of the book.

As with the previous books in the series, I listened to the audiobook version. The narrator, Alison Campbell, is fantastic. I will have her narrating my life in my head for next few days, lol. She does a smashing job of bringing the characters to life and has the story leaping from the pages. Campbell delivers all the emotions, twist and turns and leaves me on the edge of my seat with anticipation.

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  • J. Kromrie
  • 09-07-18

winding my way

wind (pronouned wined)winding my way not wind (as in what blows) winding my way. sigh, common mistake for narrators, oddly enough

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