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Summary

Braddick is back.

Following a storm, a body is washed up on a beach, intricately wrapped in wire mesh. 

DS Marcus Braddick is struck by the similarities to a triple murder case from seven years before - a case that eluded his predecessor, Alec Ramsay. Across the city, a teacher is accused online by a predator hunting group. As his life unravels, a killer stalks the hunters. 

Braddick and Ramsay have to work out how the two worlds are entwined and discover who are the innocent and who are the guilty before it’s too late....

©2018 Conrad Jones (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Guilty until proven innocent

The story is good keeps you interested narrator OK easy to understand. Not bad at all

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Wowee!!!

There are good books, there are great books and on top of that, at an even higher level, there are Conrad Jones' books! Guilty - until proven innocent is a 'double dipper'. You know, like "New York, New York - so good they named it twice". I've read this book and now I've listened to this book and on both occasions I was blown away by the brilliance of the plot, the clever characterisation and the dazzling dialogue. So many books and so much genius. It's such a treat to envelop myself in the words that flow from the pages. Mr Jones' challenges your perceptions and then, just when you think you've made up your mind, he challenges them all over again. The narration, by Steward Crank, was excellent, but I personally preferred Diana Croft, who narrated Book 1 in the series. That's not because Mr Crank did anything wrong, it's just a personal preference. I really think it's about time we saw Detectives Braddick and Ramsay on screen. If you are looking for an intricate plot, tightly woven with captivating characters who draw you in and keep you absorbed and invested in the outcome, look no further. Treat yourself to the whole series today. You can thank me later!

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Another Gritty Offering

Really enjoyed this book. It deals with how to prove your innocence when social media convicts you. All too scary in this day and age