Guilty as Sin : Knight & Culverhouse

  • by Adam Croft
  • Narrated by Nigel Patterson
  • Series: Knight & Culverhouse
  • 2 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When 17-year-old Danielle Levy goes missing, DS Wendy Knight and DCI Jack Culverhouse believe they have a routine case on their hands. Later, when a prominent local businessman is found dead in his warehouse, however, the case takes a whole new disturbing turn as Knight and Culverhouse begin to unravel the connections between the two cases, which leads to a dark and disturbing secret.


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I really enjoyed this audiobook as much as the book 1 but it had a slower pace which kept you guessing in the wrong places compared to the first. But that is what makes a good mystery thriller

This audiobook was provided by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.

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- jey cee

Another great novella by Adam Croft..

I really like the Culverhouse and Knight series. He’s loud and brash and she quiet and gentle. And I remember Knight’s story in the last book, Too Close For Comfort, and what she went through. And this was just as exciting.

This one was about two murders: one of a 17 year old girl, Danielle Levy and one of a businessman, Bob Arthurs, who both died from blunt force trauma and an acid bath, and Culverhouse’s attempts to blame the wrong person, again, (like he did in the first book.) He’s kind of funny about always trying to blame the wrong person instead of looking for other options, and Knight always pointing out the flaws of his off-the-wall accusations. It’s also about Knight’s coming back to work after all the horrible things that happen to her in the last book, and more crap that happens to her in this book. I think I have to listen to the other 3 Culverhouse and Knight novellas on Audible, just to see where it goes from here..

In 148 pages this told me about the murders, the suspects, and the twists when they found the killer. You can’t ask for more than that, really.

There’s no romance, no nothing, in this story. It’s only a murder mystery. The F-bomb is used 42 times.

As to the narrator: Nigel Patterson did do a little better with his female voices. His different voices for the men and his emotions are great.

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- Trish R.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-06-2016
  • Publisher: Adam Croft