Many of them were in crowd scenes, some just sitting on a park bench or walking a dog or waiting for a bus or working in shops. They seemed to have no idea they'd been photographed.
All women. All attractive. All between their late teens and early 30s.
Hundreds of them.
A dawn raid on the home of a suspected rapist leads to a chilling discovery, a disturbing collection hidden under floorboards. Narey is terrified at the potential scale of what they've found and of what brutalities it may signal.
When the photographs are ruled inadmissible as evidence and the man walks free from court, Narey knows she's let down the victim she'd promised to protect and a monster is back on the streets.
Tony Winter's young family is under threat from Internet trolls, and he is determined to protect them whatever the cost. He and Narey are in a race against time to find the unknown victims of the photographer's lens - before he strikes again.
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By Ann D on 21-02-2018
Not one wasted word here & David Monteath is fab!
This book is so well written and tightly edited. It draws the listener in from the first, but by a third of the way through, it is truly tough to turn off and led to two nights of listening into the wee small hours for me. The characters and locations are richly drawn, the story intelligent, plausible and compelling. There are moments to wince at, but it is entirely in keeping with the story and never gratuitous. There is a strong emphasis on Police procedure.
David Monteath is always brilliant in narrating and he does a winderful job here. I look forward to more from this author and hope David continues to narrate his books.
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By Anonymous User on 18-06-2018
Well narrated, satisfying listen
As always, a wonderful narration by David Monteath. His character protrayal is a joy to listen to.
This was my first Craig Roberston novel. While it dealt with a difficult subject matter, it did so sensitively without diminishing the horror and violence of sexual assualt.
The timeline at the beginning of the story seemed sloppy and underdeveloped which in turn failed to build the expected tension or frustration at the outcome of the initial hearing. However the pace picked up as the book progressed and the story was much tighter. Some of the methods that were depicted to manipulate a witness and ultimately garner a confession were a bit far-fetched but overall, the character dichotomy was interesting and the ending satisfying. If a well paced character-driven novel is your cup of tea, then this book is for you.
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