Dr. Kate Hanson Cold Case
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  • 1
    Gone in Seconds: A Dr Kate Hanson Cold Case | A. J. Cross

    Gone in Seconds: A Dr Kate Hanson Cold Case

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By A. J. Cross
    • Narrated By Anna Bentinck
    Overall
    (19)
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    (14)
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    When the skeleton of a young woman is found near a West Midlands motorway, evidence suggests that it is that of teenager Molly James, who went missing five years ago. Forensic psychologist Dr Kate Hanson and the Unsolved Crime Unit are called in to re-investigate Molly's case. The deeper they dig the dirtier the clues get, and when a second set of remains is unearthed Kate suspects they're looking for a Repeater: a killer who will adapt, grow and not stop until they are caught.

    Breathtakingly bad

    A dull & badly written novel combined with execrable narration meant I did not get beyond the third chapter.
    The plot is drab and uninteresting an..Show More »

    Reviewed on 23 December 2013 by Erika Salzeck (France)
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    Art of Deception | A. J. Cross

    Art of Deception

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By A. J. Cross
    • Narrated By Anna Bentinck
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    (24)
    Performance
    (19)
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    The New Year brings a gruesome new discovery for forensic psychologist Dr Kate Hanson and Birmingham's Unsolved Crimes Unit. A mummified body is found beneath the floorboards of a deserted lake house in Woodgate Country Park. The dead man was art student Nathan Troy, who disappeared twenty years ago, but evidence at the scene suggests the killer has been keeping an eye on his long-dead victim.As Kate begins to dig further into Nathan's past, she discovers a series of potentially toxic relationships.

    Well written and narrated

    I have not listened to the first book in the Kate Hanson series as I was a little put off by some rather negative reviews. However, the synopsis of th..Show More »

    Reviewed on 24 November 2013 by Saffy (UK)