It is barely three months since the murder of his wife and Thomas Lynley takes to the South-West Coast Path in Cornwall, determined to walk its length in an attempt to distract himself from his loss. On the 43rd day of this walk, he sees a cliff climber fall to his death, apparently witnessed by a surfer in a nearby cove. Shortly afterwards, Lynley encounters a young woman from Bristol whose personal history is a blank before her 13th year. These events propel him into a case that brings Barbara Havers from London and thrusts both detectives into a world where revenge is only one of the motives they must sift through to identify a killer.
©2008 Elizabeth George (P)2008 ISIS Publishing Ltd
"Glad to have Barbara Havers as the author wrote her, a Londoner. Sadly Barbara Havers with a Scottish accent made Believing The"
Glad to have Barbara Havers as the author wrote her, a Londoner. Sadly Barbara Havers with a Scottish accent made Believing The Lie unreadable for me.
"One of the best"
Not difficult to be utterly taken by Elizabeth George - she is one of the best crime novel writers ever. And I really appreciate the audio productions of her books hence would be delighted to find the earlier E. George novels (that I have all read) soon as audio books. I surely would buy them all!
"Maybe sounds better than the end result??"
At the moment no. But a yet I am have to finish the novel (as it does not have any needs to want to listen to it!!) !!
No not at all!
Not much at all! Too over the top! uppertty!
"George at her best..."
Believing the Lie - also very good...
Not a particular one - enjoyed them all.
No idea - not interested much in films
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