Denver Homicide : City Murders

  • by John C. Dalglish, John C. Dalglish
  • Narrated by Rich McVicar
  • Series: City Murders
  • 5 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An airline pilot arrives home on Easter Sunday to discover his wife's lifeless body. Experienced detective Kate Walker, and her young partner Tanner Austin, are assigned the case. They have little to go on, and their frustration quickly builds. When a second body turns up, it only deepens the mystery. Fearing there are more victims to come, the detectives push themselves to unravel a bizarre case of Denver Homicide.
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Chicago Homicide - #3
Dallas Homicide - #4
Denver Homicide - #5
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Where's My Son? - #1
Bloodstain - #2
For My Brother - #3
Silent Justice - #4
Tied to Murder - #5
One of Their Own - #6
Death Still - #7
Lethal Injection - #8
Cruel Deception - #9
Let's Play - #10
Hostage- #11
Circle of Fear- #12
Deadly Obsession - #13
Dead of Night - #14
Shadow of Doubt - #15
The Chaser Chronicles (Christian Fantasy & Suspense Series)
Crossover - #1
Journey - #2
Destiny- #3
Inner Demons- #4
Dark Days - #5
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Customer Reviews

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Very Satisfying story

Crime novels are not my usual fare...Don't enjoys the foul talk, graphic sex and violence I associate with that type of story. However, Mr. Dalglish's novel used none of these and yet presented a captivating, realistic crime drama. His characters were well written and the story line kept me guessing right up to the satisfying conclusion. He has convinced me that this new genre is one I look forward to exploring. I'm definitely going to read more by this talented author!
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- Kathy S Palmer

Another enjoyable story

I quite enjoy John C Dalglish's books. These are easy to read/listen too, but with enough twists and turns to keep the interest of the reader until the end of the story.

In this book, a woman is discovered by her husband, dead in their home. As the detectives start their investigation they discover the usual skeletons in the closets, but nothing that stands out. It's not until a second murder that things start to pull together and the detectives are able to solve the case.

There are nice little insights into the detectives private lives to flesh out the characters without having it overwhelm the plotline of the murders.

Rich McVicar has a nice narration of the story, quite pleasant to listen to. These books are always a pleasure to read and to listen to.
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- Kelly Kenrick

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-21-2017
  • Publisher: John C. Dalglish