Where the Evidence Lies

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (0.95 hours)
Product Number: Z100116882
Released: Apr 19, 2016
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781478937821
Narrator/s: Allan Robertson
Publisher: Hachette Audio
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From the New York Times best-selling author of the Lincoln Rhyme series, a short story about Lincoln Rhyme solving a mysterious plane crash with no forensic evidence. A small jet with only one pilot onboard crashes into the Atlantic Ocean. Local authorities are unsure whether the cause of the crash is a bomb or a violent storm. The case seems like it will be an easy one to solve for former NYPD Homicide Detective Lincoln Rhyme to solve. The evidence is inside the cockpit but there is one problem. The wreckage sits at the bottom of the Puerto Rican Trench, the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean that stretches to twenty-eight thousand feet. The plane can't be raised. And there's no way to get to where the evidence lies. "Where the Evidence Lies" by Jeffery Deaver is one of 20 short stories within Mulholland Books's Strand Originals series, featuring thrilling stories by the biggest names in mystery from the Strand Magazine archives. View the full series list at mulhollandbooks.com and read them all!

Author(s): Jeffery Deaver
Original Publish Date: Apr 19, 2016

All formats/editions

Author(s): Jeffery Deaver
Product Number EB00673082
Released: Jun 21, 2016
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: Mulholland Books
ISBN: #9780316433280

Professional reviews

"Jeffery Deaver's short story in Mulholland Books's Strand Originals series features his forensics specialist, Lincoln Rhyme. Deaver creates a crime with no physical evidence for his series hero: A plane crashes, leaving its remains sitting on the bottom of the Atlantic. Rhyme has to determine if the crash was the result of a storm or a bomb. Deaver's plot is engaging and mysterious, but narrator Allan Robertson offers little differentiation between characters, so listeners will need to rely on Deaver's strong dialogue to follow speakers during conversations. Where Robertson shines in this hour-long audiobook is in the sensory development of the detailed setting. Listeners need not be familiar with the Rhyme series to enjoy this short audiobook. J.F. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"

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