Legacy of the Dead

Author(s): Charles Todd
Series: Inspector Ian Rutledge Mysteries Series No: 4
Genre: Mystery
Imprint: Clipper Audio
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (11.23 hours)
Product Number: Z08880
Released: Oct 01, 2014
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781490635750
Narrator/s: Samuel Gillies
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The weathered remains of Eleanor Gray are found on a Scottish mountainside, and her mother, the domineering Lady Maude Gray, requires delicate treatment. This is a case that will lead Inspector Ian Rutledge of Scotland Yard to Scotland, where his harrowing journey to find the truth will drag him back through thefires of his past into secrets that still have the power to kill.


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Legacy of the Dead
Product Number: BX00032196
Product Number:Z08880
Product Number:CP0045

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All formats/editions

Author(s): Charles Todd
Narrator(s): Samuel Gillies
Genre: Mystery
Product Number CP0045
Released: Dec 12, 2016
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470317874
Author(s): Charles Todd
Product Number EB00149274
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: #9780307418210

Professional reviews

"Inspector Ian Rutledge, who is plagued by memories of his WWI service, heads to Scotland on an investigation and comes face to face with the most painful part of his past. This addition to Todd's acclaimed series about Rutledge, a veteran and Scotland Yard inspector, and Hamish, the ghost of a Scots soldier who haunts Rutledge's mind, adds intriguing new wrinkles to the ongoing plot. Deep-voiced Samuel Gillies gives Rutledge the English voice one expects, yet he narrates with a hint of a Scots accent. Unexpected, but it works. As does his fine creation of Hamish's rhythmic brogue and the many other voices and personalities in the book, both men and women. The only quibble is Gillies's tendency to end most sentences with an upswing, as if he's making an announcement. A.C.S. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"

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