• Dead of Winter

  • By: Elizabeth Corley
  • Narrated by: Jonathan Oliver
  • Length: 19 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 02-09-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oakhill Publishing
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

When 17-year-old Isabelle Mattias, the privileged daughter of an artist and a dead rock star, disappears from her college in the middle of the night, Chief Superintendent Andrew Fenwick arrives to investigate. As unsettling hints of an abusive past surface, Fenwick grows ever more concerned for Isabelle's safety. Is it too much to hope that the girl is still alive? And meanwhile, Inspector Louise Nightingale is preoccupied with her own investigations into the identity of a serial rapist.
Could their separate inquiries be linked, forcing the pair to work together once again? As the country is gripped by a treacherous and icy winter, Fenwick and Nightingale must use all their skills to reveal the sinister truth ...
©2015 Elizabeth Corley (P)2015 Oakhill Publishing
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Critic Reviews

"Unusual and intelligent.... The detection element is cleverly done and the story genuinely exciting." (Literary Review)
"A meticulously plotted novel that is deeply unsettling almost to the final climax." (The Scotsman)
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4 out of 5 stars
By CJM on 05-25-18

Winter with only a little discontent

Firstly, I should say that I enjoyed this book and recommend it and its predecessors to all aficionados of the cerebral crime novel genre. The story as we have come to expect is very well crafted. The attention to detail and the careful dialogue makes it all the more believable. However, the depth of characterization was not quite on par with some of the earlier books and at times I felt Fenwick should be wearing his underwear on the outside of his trousers as he went above and beyond. The narration similarly disappointed at times with unbelievable attempts at the voices of women and children and too often became flat when I felt it could have helped to build and maintain the suspense and excitement Indeed in the last third of the book I did find myself tempted once or twice to skim over some of the sub story as I felt it was a little pedestrian and too much of the background narrative was holding the back pace. The conclusion was excellent from Isabelle's perspective however not so from Fenwick's. I thought an opportunity was missed to take the Fenwick - Nightingale interplay to a higher level and the feeling sorry for himself thing added nothing but frustration to the end of another good read.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Clare C on 08-29-16

The best of the series so far.

I like the way the author uses a prologue to introduce story characters. The story builds interest with complex interplay of the characters of the series alongside the story characters.
The series characters continue to develop in the background, with links to the other books in the series, (though these are explained so the story stands up on it's own merit) this gives depth to the books.
The story line is interesting and builds suspense to a gripping climax.
Storytelling at it's best and very difficult to put down.
Can't wait for the next one...

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