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A Nearly Normal Family by M. A Nearly Normal Family is the must-read thriller that everyone is talking about this summer. Buy A Nearly Normal Family. Read an extract from A Nearly Normal Family. This gripping read sees Detective Superintendent Roy Grace assigned to a suicide case in Brighton which may not be what it seems.
Audible has revealed its best-selling audiobooks in the crime and thriller genre so far in , featuring five titles that have impressed and very possibly terrified Audible users. Deep in the muddy fields of the Lincolnshire Fens, a teenage girl is found wandering, delirious, claiming to have been drugged at a party. Metres away, the drowned body of another girl is found on an isolated beach. And all this on a small stretch of land where, nearly 10 years ago, the shocking disappearance of a young girl remains an open case. When an year-old boy is found murdered, forensic evidence and reliable eyewitnesses undeniably point to the town's popular Little League coach.
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Balson titled The Trust. The newest audiobook from Ronald H. When his uncle dies, Liam Taggart reluctantly returns to his childhood home in Northern Ireland for the funeral — a home he left years ago after a bitter confrontation with his family, never to look back. Did Fergus know but refuse to name his killer? After all, the Taggarts were deeply involved in the IRA.
With the best mystery audiobooks, driving seven to ten hours down a boring highway can almost feel like a treat rather than a chore. Here are some tried and tested mystery audiobooks that have gotten me through the most hellish of drives. And yet, like many books, I still ended up purchasing it and listening to it on audiobook, because these types of books make great listens. Detective Steven Paul has had the same nightmare for as long as he can remember, a strange symbol figuring prominently into his terror. He decided long ago that the recurring dreams are nothing more than an unfortunate side effect of his often traumatic profession. As Steven questions Emily, she repeatedly scratches out the same odd symbol he sees when he closes his eyes.