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Carolyn Castle is one of the most famous faces in the UK - a soap opera star known to millions. But when she witnesses a gangland killing, she has to ask herself if her fame could be the death of her.

The killer is charismatic gangster Warwick Richards. A man more than capable of killing again to protect his secret. But does he know that Carolyn saw him commit murder?

©2016 Stephen Leather (P)2016 Isis Publishing Ltd

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  • Matthew
  • 14-12-2016

Rubbish

I normal like books from this author but that was utterly terrible. what made a bad situation worse was the narrator who sounded like she was reading a children's story??

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  • Phatmatt54
  • 01-04-2019

Not one of his best

Not in the same vein as most of his books. In parts not believable. It was however beautifully read by Annie Aldington.

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  • Street
  • 22-08-2018

A great listen

A good story line with great characterisations by Annie Aldington (as usual), the ending started to become clear about the eight hour mark but you can't put it down because there's always the chance that there's a twist or two (there is).
I have 15-20 of his books and enjoyed them all but to my mind this is not one of the best, I believe it was one of the first so his writing was bound to improve - despite that well worth the listen.

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  • johnbalfour2000
  • 16-09-2017

Very disappointing! Poor!

Not up to the standard and reputation of Stephen Leather. I bought this on that reputation and wish I hadn't! I would like to RETURN this book. Very disappointed!

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  • Jholmes
  • 12-01-2017

Entertaining, not engrossing

For 2/3 of the story the plot seemed to be taking a steady amble through the world of film making. Interesting, and at times felt laboured because the plot developed so steadily as the characters were introduced and intertwined. Even as the plot became darker, the tension didn't seem to build.
Then the point of the title became clear! After that I enjoyed trying to work out just what was actually going on. Even though a couple of options were evident, predicting what was happening was difficult.

Not up to the extraordinary, and engrossing, Tango One or The Chinaman, but worth a listen for the plot developments after 2/3 of the story unfolds

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