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The Midwife Murders

Narrated by: Sophie Amoss
Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins
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A missing patient is a hospital ward's worst nightmare - until even more people disappear.

Senior Midwife Lucy Ryuan is used to guiding expectant mothers through pregnancy. But when two kidnappings and a vicious stabbing happen on her watch, her focus abruptly changes. Something has to be done, and Lucy is fearless enough to try. As rumours and accusations fly around Manhattan, Lucy teams up with a sceptical NYPD detective to solve the case. But the truth is far more twisted than either of them could ever have imagined.

©2020 James Patterson (P)2020 Penguin Audio

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Struggled to finish. I found the main character really irritating and rude. Narration good .

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  • barbara
  • 14-09-20

The Midwife Murders

Really didn't want this to end, loved the story, the characters and the insight into midwifery. As usual, the murder was unpredictable and excellent, but sad in it's own way. The narration was excellent.