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Promises of Blood

Daniel Connell, Book 3
Narrated by: Rupert Degas
Series: Daniel Connell, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 56 mins
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Summary

Even the dead like to keep their secrets....

When William Gove, a dying millionaire and patriarch of a vast estate in Essex, asks Daniel Connell to execute his will, Daniel has no idea what he's getting himself into. Rather than leave his fortune to his three children, Gove has chosen 10 names at random from the phone book.

When he dies, Daniel sets out to track down the recipients. But a chance remark by one of them - that perhaps this is God's way of compensating her for the disappearance of her daughter - gives him pause.

When another recipient also mentions a missing person, Daniel begins to suspect that there may be something darker at work. What he discovers is both shocking and dangerous - it sets him on a lethal trajectory with a powerful family who believe themselves to be above the law, no matter how dark and twisted their secrets may be....

©2016 David Thorne (P)2016 Bolinda

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Love this series

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Great series, really really enjoyed listening to it. Bring on book 4. Cheers David Thorne! (and Rupert Degas)

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Proper East End

Really enjoyed this book. Fast paced, exciting, both tender and violent at times. proper crime novel.

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