Best-selling author Reginald Hill has received widespread critical acclaim and the coveted Crime Writers' Association Cartier Diamond Dagger Award. In The Woodcutter, Wolf Hadda rises from modest beginnings to achieve financial success and marry his dream woman. But in a stunning turn, he is villainized, thrown into prison, and abandoned by friends and family. Locked behind bars for seven long years, Wolf is finally given a chance to clear his name-even as his hunger for vengeance threatens to consume him.
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"A devastating accusation, a crippling accident, and a lengthy prison sentence leave once successful Wolf Hadda with nothing but Alva, a diligent court-appointed psychiatrist, and an overwhelming anger. Upon release from prison, Wolf sets out to right the wrongs done to him. In a departure from his Dalziel and Pascoe series, Reginald Hill offers a complex, utterly engrossing stand-alone novel with the strange, magical undertones of a fairy tale. There are some narrators' voices that insist you listen. Jonathan Keeble has such a voice. From his first words, listeners are caught and held, whether he's delivering Wolf's fierce journal entries, Wolf's exchanges with Alva, action-packed moments of terror, or bits of dazzling dialogue. Keeble is chilling in his narration of Hill's literate psychological novel. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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