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When a body is discovered in a burnt-out barn in the Warwickshire countryside, DI Will Jackman is called to investigate. Nancy Faraday wakes up on the kitchen floor. The house has been broken into and her boyfriend is missing. As the case unravels, DI Jackman realises that nothing is as it appears and everyone has a secret. Can he discover the truth behind the body in the fire and track down the killer before Nancy becomes the next victim?
©2017 Jane Isaac (P)2017 Oakhill Publishing
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By A Customer on 07-21-17

I Needed Kindle to Finish This Book

The police procedural chapters were interesting, and I enjoyed the characters, setting, dialogue, etc. However, after listening to several chapters about the victim's girlfriend, I could no longer listen to the Audible version--at any speed. At first I sympathized with her predicament, but as more unpleasant facts about the victim came to the fore, she began to sound more like a whinging, pathetic pity-poor-me character. I switched to Kindle so I might skim/skip/speed through her chapters. As soon as the police procedural resumed, I switched to Audible. Without Kindle I could not have finished this book. That said, I may try other books in this series

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By Carl on 05-09-17

Getting better at story telling

Would you consider the audio edition of Beneath the Ashes to be better than the print version?

This is my second Jane Isaac's and I liked it. I have not read the printed version but the audible version was worth the money

What about Tim Bruce’s performance did you like?

Yes. I thought Tim's subtle use of inflection for some of the characters was useful

Any additional comments?

Jane has got a better handle on her prime character and it shows. The descriptions are clearer and there's just the right balance between information and imagination

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