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Summary

The eighth V.I. Warshawski thriller from one of America's greatest female crime writers, combining contemporary issues, social injustice and fast-paced suspense.

The discovery of a destitute family in her office basement leads V.I. Warshawski to homeless charity Home Free. But the organisation's frosty reception gives V.I. cause for concern, especially when one of its board members is then found murdered, sprawled across her desk....

Taking on the case, V.I. uncovers a framework of domestic abuse and fraud which spreads across the whole of Chicago, as well as into the abandoned tunnels beneath the city streets - where more dark secrets have been buried....

©2019 Sara Paretsky (P)2019 Hodder & Stoughton Ltd

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Good story poor narrator

I have read or listened to all the VI books. VI is 40 in this book but the narrator is a woman sounding considerably older. This makes listening a lot more stressful and the story hard to believe at times.

The story is told in real time not retrospectively.

Bad choice.

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Destroyed by narration

I really enjoy Sarah Paretsky’s novels & decided to give an Audible version a try, but Lisa Ross’s voice, light & girly, is totally wrong for VI - needs depth & feistiness. Her intonation & inflection peculiar too. Had to stop listening after a chapter.

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