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Summary

In the peaceful setting of the National Trust near Church Stretton, Tracey Walsh drives herself and her four-year-old daughter, Daisy, up the remote Burway in the early hours of the morning, tragically loses control of her car and crashes into the valley below. Tracey is rushed to hospital, but where is Daisy? She has vanished, provoking an intense police search of the area around the Devil’s Chair - land that is rife with legends and stories of witchcraft, sorcery and unexplained disappearances.

Detective Inspector Alex Randall, the senior investigating officer, soon admits to coroner Martha Gunn that he is baffled by the case. Alex and Martha must sift through fact and fiction, folklore and reality in their search for answers.

©2014 Priscilla Masters (P)2015 Soundings

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poor story and bad narration

predictable ending and very bad narrators trying inpression of the male character voices. I feel this would have been better to listen to if the publisher had brought in a male narrator for the male parts. overall quite disappointed with the book .

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