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Who Cares If They Die

Narrated by: Peter Noble
Series: Dean Matheson, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 14 mins
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Soundings and Choc Lit present the audiobook edition of Who Cares If They Die. It starts with the hanging woman in the Maple Valley woods; the woman with no shoes, no car and no name. On paper it’s an obvious case of suicide - but to Officer Dean Matheson, something doesn’t add up. 

Then there are the other deaths, deaths that also look like suicides - but are they? The victims are all women living on the fringes of society, addicts and criminals. Who will miss them? Does anyone really care if they die? Dean Matheson is making it his business to care, even if it means he becomes a target....

©2018 Wendy Dranfield (P)2018 Soundings

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Strong story and compelling characters

The story is interesting and fun to figure out. the characters and setting has a good mix of romantic crime fiction and hardline reality making for some great drama.

The writing has a really natural flow that allows you to experience the crimes as the characters do, you get the feeling of being right there with them, with the same context and clues as they do, you don't feel that your missing something unless it's apart of the mystery.

The narration was good, I struggled with hearing some of the pronouns clear though, which made the first couple of chapters confusing thinking "he" was doing something when in fact it was "she" after a while I acclimatised and was fine.

The good range of male accents really sets the scene and endears you to alot of the characters.

I really enjoyed it and now have an inexplicable urge to go visit new-hampshire.

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