Olympic rowing hopeful and senior Metropolitan Police officer DCI Rebecca Meredith trains alone on the river in Henley one dark afternoon - and doesn't return. Detective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid and his partner Detective Inspector Gemma James are called to investigate and find that the answers lie closer to home than they could have imagined. Now more than one innocent life depends on their ability to track down the killer.
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Great crime fiction novel
Definitely I will listen to it again. Very good story, great characters main and secondary,and good plot
My favorite character is Gemma James although I love Duncan Kincaid too. I really enjoy the way the author combines domestic life with crime investigation
Yes, I like the way she performs, Not too dramatic with nice accent
Great mystery novel.
I strongly recommend the series.The novel stands on itself but I think it is more enjoyable if you read at least the second or third book before this one.
- Maria "Say something about yourself!"
Great, enchanting mystery from Deborah Crombie
Deborah Crombie, along with Louise Penny, is certainly on the list of my favourite detective writers - and she does not disappoint this time. Each of her books usually has a new theme, a twist, a focus - opera, antiquities, history of London Docks etc. In this case, it is rowing. Narration is very pleasant as well, no criticism here. If you are a fan of cosy British mysteries with flavour of local history, I highly recommend this book