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Summary

He buried his victim alive. And now he's escaped from prison and is on the run in the city.

Fiona Henderson, the daughter of the victim who'd descended into a world of silence following her mother's murder, has gone missing. Her sister, Annabelle, scours the city in a desperate attempt to find her. And then the body of a homeless person is found among the rubbish in a deserted alleyway.

As DIs Wheeler and Ross investigate, more suspicious deaths occur, and a pattern emerges: the victims are all homeless. And so the police are pitched against a killer who is hell-bent on a mission to rid the streets of the vulnerable and dispossessed.

As Wheeler and Ross descend further into Glasgow's netherworld, their investigation reveals not only a flawed support system for the disaffected but also a criminal class ruthlessly willing to exploit them. A city of double standards, where morality is bought and sold. But it's when the killer begins stalking DI Wheeler that she and Ross realise that the threat is now personal.

©2015 A. J. McCreanor (P)2015 Audible, Ltd

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  • 01-05-16

Could have been better

Anne Randall may very well be a good writer, however the narrator made it almost unbearable to listen. At first I thought it was her heavy accent. After listening further, I realized that she didn't differentiate between characters. Her voice was flat without much emotion. I do not recommend the audio version, however, it might make for good reading.