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Richie Stevens, a private investigator together with his PA Sandy Smith, have a new case to solve; their client is odd, everyone thinks so - but Richie prefers to make up his own mind. The story she's told to the police is that her husband Jason Rayner disappeared while they were on a cycling holiday in Devon. The local police are of the opinion that he's left her but Richie takes the case with the strong feeling that the answer is not as clear cut as it appears. For a start he can find no one who has seen Rayner and as his investigation progresses he begins to wonder how much of his client's story is the truth and what is pure imagination.

©2014 K. J. Rabane (P)2019 K. J. Rabane

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ok book

it was ok book was not for me

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Complex plotting well handled

It’s not easy balancing different narratives, but this book manages that well. Keeps you guessing until the end. Nice to see Richie and Sandy’srelationship progress.

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Great story

It was several years since I'd read and enjoyed this book, but any fear that remembering the ending - which I suddenly did about halfway through - would ruin this version were unfounded. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to someone else taking me through the twists and turns of the plot as the various characters - both reliable and unreliable - led me to the gripping ending. Thank you to writer and narrator.