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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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
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Crossover - #1
Journey - #2
Destiny- #3
Inner Demons- #4
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Excellent modern detective murder mystery

Denver Homicide is the fifth and most recent novel in the City Murders series by John C. Dalglish. I have previously reviewed the first two books in the series.This novel is about a very experienced detective ad her inexperienced partner attempting to solve multiple murders in the Deer art community. Author Dalglish is a very talented self published author who has now released almost 30 short novels. Narration is excellent.
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- Wayne

Entertaining police procedural

Another clean, entertaining police procedural from John Dalglish. I enjoyed the easy repartee between the lead detectives, Kate Walker and Tanner Austin, and the intuitive way they worked. The character development was great, the storyline was absorbing and the narrator fit the story well. He did a good job of both the male and female voices and created tension and intrigue in all the right places. I do like how the author does different stories in different cities in each book in the series but I do hope he will revisit these two detectives at some time in the future.
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- Rabid Reader

Book Details

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