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Summary

Meet DI Hillary Greene, a police woman with a thirs for justice and a career on the rocks....

A pretty French student is found dead in her room at an exclusive Oxford college. Everyone thinks it is another tragic case of accidental drug overdose. But Detective Hillary Greene has a nose for the truth. She quickly discovers that the student was involved in some very unusual activities.

With a shocking cause of death found, the case becomes a high-profile murder investigation. Adding to the pressure, Hillary’s nemesis is transferred to work with her at the station. Can Hillary keep her cool and get justice for the unfortunate student?

©2017 Faith Martin (P)2018 Tantor Audio

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Good stories poorly read.

As with other books in this series I much enjoyed the story, but was aware constantly of the poor reading. Narrator is very one note, with irritating mispronunciation of simple words and terms, from time to time.

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narrator with very poor grasp of spoken English better than the previous book which was atrocious are these not edited, so annoying

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Irritating narration

I’m enjoying the story but, as with the first in this series, The narration is sometimes distracting - some strange pronunciations and inflections, and it sometimes seems that the narrator is just reading words with no appreciation of the context. I hate to criticise, but when listening to a book the narrator is as important to me as the plot itself.

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Very good, just like the first!!!

Well written the D.l. had all kinds of problems but she came through all this and got the results well done now for book three!!!

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good read

I am loving this series and will be looking forward to more nice to have a female detective

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bring on our lady Morse

liked the twist and the characteristations of the team.
better than the 1st book, settled in to team nicely and repetition has gone.