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The Desolate Garden

Heirs And Descendants, Book 1
Narrated by: William Merryn Hill
Length: 12 hrs and 1 min
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
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Summary

What secrets lie in the ledgers of the Royal Government Bank? 

After Harry Paterson is summoned to London following his father's murder, he finds out that the late Lord Elliot Paterson had discovered hidden information dated all the way back to 1936...and a vast quantity of money erased from the accounts.

Mysterious initials and an address in Leningrad - a major port in former Soviet Union - are his only clues.

Together with the attractive Judith Meadows, Harry must unravel his father's mysterious death - and figure out the mystery hidden in the files of the Royal Government Bank.

©2017 Daniel Kemp (P)2019 Daniel Kemp

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  • Jan M
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  • 14-10-19

Deceptions

The Desolate Garden by Daniel Kemp is full of great twists and manipulations. I enjoyed how the books spanned a number of decades. The imagery and details were well done. Kudos to the author for the great ending. William Merry Hill was wonderful performing this book. He gave the characters distinguishable voices. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review.

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  • Blackeagle
  • 10-10-19

Deceit and Espionage

The Desolate Garden is a wonderful mystery that has many twist and turns that will keep you on your feet. The book can be a little confusing at times I must admit but it is a very good read.