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Summary

A message no one was supposed to hear.

Jodie Martindale's disappearance remains a mystery, unsolved to this day.

A message that will change everything.

David Kelman covered the story. But he made a huge mistake, which cost someone their life.

A message from the missing.

Now, he has evidence he shouldn't have. It's a message from Jodie - who has been missing for 10 years - but sent just two weeks ago.

©2022 Paul Finch (P)2022 Orion Publishing Group

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"Finch is a born storyteller." (Peter James)

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Okay, but lost my interest!

I stuck with this longer than I might have due to the positive reviews, but I gave up at chapter 27 as I was past caring. I did find it very good in places. If it was tighter, it might have been 5* for me. The quality of the writing is very good and, as usual, David Thorpe’s narration is excellent. Unfortunately, I found it just dragged on too much.

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Another excellent Paul Finch book

loved this book, I would highly recommend it. The character development was good, the story was excellent.

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A mediocre tale of intrigue

The book had a promising start but it then developed into a mediocre tale of intrigue, concluding with a gangland chase and predictable ending. I found most of the reader’s female voices irritating, either high-pitched and whiny or weak and simpering (apart from the gang member).

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Slow starter but…. Worth the effort to finish

I was very unsure of this book during the first few chapters but stuck with it as I have really enjoyed many of Paul Finch’s other books.

I’m glad I did.

A slow burner that draws you in. Not the same character as Mark Heckenburg but of that vain.

David Thorpe, as always, does a great job with the narration.