The breaker. 1998. Read by Nigel Carrington, 11 hours 1 minute. TB 11695.
Twelve hours after a woman's body is washed up on a deserted shore on the south coast of England, her traumatised three-year-old daughter is discovered in Poole, apparently abandoned. But why was Kate killed and her daughter, a witness allowed to live? Police suspicion centres on a young actor, obsessed with pornography, but attention shifts towards the murdered woman's husband. Contains strong language.
Coffin scarcely used : a Flaxborough novel. 1983. Read by Joe Dunlop, 7 hours 3 minutes. TB 6023.
Flaxborough is a quiet market town in the east of England, discreetly prosperous and respectable. But beneath the provincial surface strange passions seethe and the owner of the local paper is found dead beneath an electricity pylon, wearing his slippers and with his mouth full of marshmallows. Accident, suicide or murder? TB 6023.
The cutting room. 2003. Read by Tam Dan Burn, 9 hours 7 minutes. TB 14283.
When Rilke, a dissolute and promiscuous auctioneer, comes upon a hidden collection of violent and highly disturbing photographs, he feels compelled to unearth more about the deceased owner who coveted them. What follows is a compulsive journey of discovery, decadence and deviousness. Contains strong language. TB 14283.
It was the media circus that only the British tabloids can create: the kidnapping of beautiful Susan Blackstock by a radical group - and the refusal of her multimillionaire husband to pay the ransom. Eight-year-old Dodie never saw her mother again. Now twenty-nine, Dodie has struggled to step out from the shadows of the past tragedy and her father's wealth. But a visit from two policemen changes everything. They bring the news she has waited for years to hear. Her mother's body has been found - but she has been dead only forty-eight hours. Contains strong language. TB 12631.
The blind man of Seville. 2003. Read by Sean Barrett, 17 hours 45 minutes. TB 14534.
Javier Falcon series; book 1. Semana Santa - Holy Week in Seville, and a most unholy sight awaits homicide detective Javier Falcon. A leading restauranteur has been found dead in his apartment, bound and gagged before a TV screen. Unable to close his eyes because the killer had removed his eyelids, his struggles to avoid the pictures flickering before him have caused terrible injuries. With each new victim, the killer demonstrates an uncanny ability to delve into the darkest secrets of his prey - and into Falcon's own family history. The professional, dispassionate facade Falcon has constructed begins to disintegrate as he is forced to confront the unimaginable. Unsuitable for family reading. TB 14534.
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