Newly retired, ex-chief superintendent Fran Harman and her partner, Mark, have volunteered to assist West Mercia police in reinvestigating an unsolved crime.
Twenty years ago a car was found abandoned on an isolated forest road running, its hazard lights still flashing, the passenger door open. In the back were two child seats. One was empty; in the other lay a desperately ill baby. Neither the baby's mother nor the elder child were ever seen again.
As they question those who knew the missing woman, Fran and Mark uncover worrying discrepancies and mistaken assumptions underlying the original police investigation. In their new role as civilians in a police world, they find themselves encountering hostility from some of those they question.
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Yes but not with this reader.
Yes. Up to this book I liked the Fran and Mark characters and story line.
Her voice was horrible to listen to. I felt she aged Fran and Mark from? 60 or so to 80 year olds. Her dialects were grim. I won't listen to (or buy ) another book with this reader. A friend who also is an audible member and likes this author said she quit the book within a half an hour because she couldn't stand the voice.
I was disappointed in this book. Fran and Mark just retired. There is no way they would get that old and crotchety that fast. I listened to all the books in this series in the last few months and the previous one right before this one. I just kept thinking about all the emphasis on their age related problems (hearing, aches and pains) was a real turn off. Up until this book I loved the characters and the storyline but this one was like a visit to a crotchety old pair who I didn't even like.I will try the next book this author writes with this pair but if the next one isn't better, that is it for me.
Love this series