Signal Loss

CD - unabridged
Audio (8 discs)
Product Number: CM0590
Released: Feb 09, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781501965050
Narrator/s: Colin McPhillamy
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A pair of hit men working a job for a meth kingpin have a very bad day, and the resulting bushfire draws attention to a drug lab and two bodies burned up in a Mercedes. Sergeant Ellen Destry-newly minted head of her department's sex crime unit-and Inspector Hal Challis return in this newest installment of Gary Disher's Peninsula-based crimes series. With meth-related crime on the rise, interdepartmental tensions mount, and Challis soon finds himself fighting to keep control of his case. Meanwhile, Destry is hunting for a serial rapist who is extremely adept at not leaving clues. A tense, human, at times darkly funny entry into Disher's celebrated, Ned Kelly Award-winning series.


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Signal Loss
Product Number: BX00062601
Product Number:Z13360
Product Number:CM0590

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Author(s): Garry Disher
Narrator(s): Colin McPhillamy
Product Number Z13360
Released: Dec 21, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781501965067
Author(s): Garry Disher
Product Number EB00701611
Released: Dec 12, 2017
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Publisher: Soho Crime
ISBN: #9781616958602

Professional reviews

"Colin McPhillamy narrates the seventh Inspector Challis police procedural. Two bodies in a burned car spark an investigation into a local drug ring in the Mornington Peninsula area of Australia, and a new sex crime unit tackles an increasingly elusive serial rapist. McPhillamy's steady delivery of the narrative contrasts wonderfully with the eclectic cast of lively characters whom he portrays with surprising variety in accent and inflection. The story itself tends to the dry side but reflects a realistic interaction between disparate police departments as they work together to achieve their goals. McPhillamy imbues dark and violent scenes with appropriate gravitas and amplifies the gallows humor perfectly. Despite its being the seventh book, new listeners will find the audiobook accessible. J.M.M. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"

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