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The Jackal Man

Narrated by: Andrew Wincott
Series: Wesley Peterson, Book 15
Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (39 ratings)

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Summary

When a teenage girl is strangled and left for dead by an attacker she describes has having the head of a dog, the police are baffled. But when the body of another young woman is found mutilated and wrapped in a white linen sheet, DI Wesley Peterson suspects that the killer is performing an ancient ritual linked to Anubis, the jackal-headed Egyptian god of death and mummification. Meanwhile, archaeologist Neil Watson has been called to Varley Castle to catalogue the collection of Edwardian amateur Egyptologist, Sir Frederick Varley. However, as his research progresses, Neil discovers that Wesley’s strange murder case bears sinister similarities to four murders that took place near Varley Castle in 1903.

©2011 Kate Ellis (P)2011 Soundings

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Full of suspense

Another twisting story from a very accomplished writer. I can’t wait for the next one!

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Well read, Sir.

We nearly didn't buy this after"poor narrator" thank goodness we persevered! Great performance, better accents. As usual, great story.

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Poor narrator.

Narrator changes the main characters by changing accent and voice. Totally unacceptable in a series like this.

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Good book - shame the narrator has changed

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes - it is to Kate Ellis' usual standard

Any additional comments?

This is a new narrator and it's difficult to distinguish individuals due to them having different accents from previous books.