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One Dark, Two Light

Narrated by: Tracey Ann Wood
Length: 10 hrs and 54 mins
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Summary

New Year's Eve, London.

Outside the Hope & Glory pub, a man has been left to die. A victim of extraordinary violence, he will never walk or speak again. He remains in hospital, nameless, until criminal defence lawyer Sarah Kellerman walks onto his ward. Sarah barely recognises the man she once worked with. He was honourable and kind - what was he involved in? Who wanted him dead? 

But in her race to uncover the truth, Sarah comes to realise there are two men in her life that she never really knew at all.... 

From one of crime fiction's most compelling voices, One Dark, Two Light is where the personal and criminal collide, as Sarah works to bring dark secrets into the light.

©2020 Ruth Mancini (P)2020 Head of Zeus

Critic reviews

“This creeping disquieting story had me guessing until the roller coaster end.” (Lesley Thomson)

“A fast-paced, compelling story line full of clever twists and a rousing, dramatic courtroom finale.” (Abi Silver)

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Brilliant again!

Another book that I looked forward to listening to. My car journeys were never long enough. I hope there will be more to come from Sarah Kellerman.

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Disappointing

Read this authors previous book which I enjoyed, this is so predictable. Wouldn’t recommend it