No Shred of Evidence

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Product Number: DD23933
Released: Feb 16, 2016
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ISBN: #9781504695510
Narrator/s: Simon Prebble
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On the north coast of Cornwall, an apparent act of mercy is repaid by an arrest for murder. Four young women have been accused of the crime. The families are incensed, and a shocked father calls in a favor at the Home Office, asking Scotland Yard to review the case. However, Inspector Ian Rutledge is told the case is all but closed. Local police seem eager to send these four women to the infamous Bodmin Gaol. But then why hasn't the killing stopped? With no shred of evidence to clear the accused, Rutledge must plunge deep into the darkest secrets of a wild, beautiful, and dangerous place if he is to find a killer who may-- or may not-- hold the key to their fate.

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No Shred of Evidence
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Product Number:DD23933
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Author(s): Charles Todd
Narrator(s): Simon Prebble
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Released: Feb 16, 2016
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ISBN: #9780062444561
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Author(s): Charles Todd
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Released: Feb 16, 2016
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Publisher: William Morrow
ISBN: #9780062386205

Professional reviews

"Inspector Rutledge returns in this 18th novel in the beloved series about Scotland Yard in the 1920s. Simon Prebble portrays Rutledge--taciturn and intensely fair-minded as ever--with a steady persistence that suits a time when inter-village communication was limited to telegraph messages and motorcars were rare. Prebble's tone effectively hints at the emotional trauma Rutledge still experiences from the Great War and depicts his flickering interest in a young gentlewoman he knew during peacetime. But she's embroiled with three others who are accused of murdering a villager who appeared to be drowning in a sinking rowboat. Prebble's characterizations of the villagers are distinctive. He capably differentiates the women's voices, and his rich Scots brogue for Rutledge's imaginary associate, Hamish, is downright delightful. N.M.C. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"

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