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The discovery of a human skeleton and a red rucksack amongst the roots of a fallen tree jolts memories for DI Wesley Peterson: a hitchhiker who went missing in 2008 and was never found. Meanwhile, in the small Devon village of Petherham, a famous TV psychic is the main attraction at a supernatural weekend. But when the psychic dies in suspicious circumstances Wesley discovers a connection between the dead man and the vanished hitchhiker. But was he responsible for her murder? Or has a shady organisation called The Burial Circle been revived in the present day? 

©2020 Kate Ellis (P)2020 Soundings

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  • Trudi Robertson
  • 16-11-2021

Sounds familiar? Spoiler alert .....

I enjoyed this book but have to point out that the main story owes a lot to Hitchcock's film Stranger's on a Train. Quite a few twists have been woven around the main thread but none the less it's very similar.

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  • Mrs. A. I. Ilsley
  • 24-07-2021

as good as ever

very complicated you need to keep your wits about you and an eye on the protagonists!! Still very enjoyable!! The movement from19th century to present day was at first a little siorientating but you do get used to it and the final chapters are very Hercule Poirot!!

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  • Diane Walmsley
  • 20-07-2021

Brilliant

Full of twist and turns that keep you guessing to the very end of the story, wonderful narration that leaves you wanting more

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  • rose turner
  • 31-03-2020

Narration poor

Narrator has a pleasant voice while just reading prose, but became excruciating when trying to differentiate between characters,I had hard job remembering who was saying what.I really like these books, but by gum I’m pleased Iv’e almost finished it

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  • justmurr
  • 23-03-2020

Absolutely superb!

Another brilliant book to add to the collection. This is a wonderful series and the combination of the historical and current affairs is so interesting. Have listened to all this series more than once!

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  • Hes
  • 08-03-2020

Love these

I love all of Kate Ellis’s books particularly the Wesley Peterson series - really enjoy the historic story & the modern day crime as they interweave together - more please!!

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