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Product Number: C04941
Released: Nov 03, 2017
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ISBN: #9781501972737
Narrator/s: Elizabeth Bower
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Caught in a wicked game of cat and mouse, Detective Helen Grace finds herself trapped among the hunted in the darkest thriller yet from the international bestselling author of Little Boy Blue and Eeny Meeny. Framed for a murder she didn't commit. As one of HM Prison Holloway's most high-profile new inmates, Detective Helen Grace has a target on her back with nowhere to hide. Helen has made a long list of enemies over the course of her career-some are incarcerated within these very walls. When one of her fellow prisoners is found mutilated and murdered in her locked cell, it's clear that the killer is someone on the inside. But time is running out for Helen as she races to expose the person who framed her, and the body count in the prison starts climbing. Helen will need to draw on all her investigative skills and instincts to catch the serial killer behind these murders and seek the truth-unless the killer finds her first.

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Author(s): M.J. Arlidge
Narrator(s): Elizabeth Bower
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Product Number Z13549
Released: Oct 10, 2017
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ISBN: #9781501972911
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Author(s): M.J. Arlidge
Narrator(s): Elizabeth Bower
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Product Number MP2242
Released: Dec 12, 2017
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ISBN: #9781501974717
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Author(s): M.J. Arlidge
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Released: Oct 10, 2017
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Publisher: Berkley
ISBN: #9780399586859

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"Narrator Elizabeth Bower does her best with this new audio entry in the DI Helen Grace crime series. She is good at accents and does her best to accommodate choppy shifts of scenes and points of view, but Arlidge's prose style is a pretty blunt instrument. ClichŽs abound, not always even carefully chosen, the vocabulary is repetitive, and the plotting excessively violent. Also, the plot picks up where an earlier book in the series left off, so brace for backstory. Here Detective Grace is in prison awaiting trial for crimes she didn't commit when an inmate down the corridor is murdered. Then another. Interesting setup, no question. Fans of the previous book will probably want to know how it plays out. Others may prefer starting elsewhere. B.G. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"

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