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Publisher's Summary

A Perception of Sin is a dark tale of forbidden sex, loneliness, and love. The story begins in modern-day London with a suicide bomb attack aboard an underground train. During the subsequent forensic investigation DNA taken from one of the adult victims is flagged up as a match to a Cold Case blood sample, dating back 25 years. The case is re-opened with chilling consequences.
Sin is what binds the characters and events together, as the story traverses the horrors of Bergen-Belsen, suicide and violent death alongside love, loyalty, and compassion, though it is never stated, assessed or judged.
That is left entirely to the listener to decide.
©2015 Juliet Cromwell (P)2017 Juliet Cromwell
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By Angela M. Dokos on 05-06-17

Heartbreaking

It was dark and sad, but a good book. Took a little concentration to keep all the characters straight. I did enjoy how they all intertwined.

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By U on 04-25-17

A Rollercoaster Ride of Brilliance!

Would you consider the audio edition of A Perception of Sin to be better than the print version?

They both have merit in equal measure. In either format this book delivers a true sense of what humans are capable of.

What was one of the most memorable moments of A Perception of Sin?

The Liberation of Belson stands out for me, as a literary masterpiece bringing out the horror of the event so much so it has stayed with me for days.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Melonie's story

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, it takes it's time to gather momentum but after a certain point I couldn't stop listening.

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By Bookworm on 04-25-17

Unputdownable!!

One of the best books I've listened to all year! An amazing book from start to finish!

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