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A mourning husband can’t live with his guilt….
He decides to die, not by his own hand, but in heroically helping the vulnerable.
Since the peaceful Cotswold countryside offers limited opportunities for heroism, despite the presence of some weird and dangerous inhabitants, he ventures further afield.
To his annoyance, new and unlikely friends mysteriously appear everywhere he goes, foiling his plans and sending him back to square one.
Will he succeed or will he come to terms with his grief first? Was his wife as blame free and perfect as he thought or will lurking suspicions of infidelity be proved right?
"It was ironic that having nothing left to lose except his life, his life had become interesting again."
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Please someone tell Wilkie to change the narrator
I love the genre, the story - everything but the narrator. The strange pronunciation is driving me mad - the more it goes in the more I can’t bear it. I laboured through the Hobbs books kept by story alone but all I can hear is these stupid words.
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A Spooky ish Cotswolds Adventure
This was a heartbreaking adventure about a man whose wife dies horribly in a tragic accident and he’s haunted by the loss of her enough to wander and walk with suicidal thoughts. He decides to try and go out with a bang by intervening into crimes and saving victims, while hoping to get killed in the process. However, he meets a short stranger who helps him, and then another small stranger too. That’s where the mysterious supernatural bits come into play, amongst growth and change for Razor himself. Quite a tidy ending for the overall plot, as usual with Wilkie Martin books. So that’s good.
too short! but good.
very much liked this reading. hope to see more from this author in the near future.