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This one is interesting to wade through. The story line develops slowly, allowing for all kind of local color description. It slows down too much in places. At one point I had time to ponder why a Brit would make a cuppa with BOILING water then hand it to a nice man recovering from stroke. Characters chat at length about their part in suspicious death. It is fun to be a fly on the wall at each interview.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Not bad. Not the strongest Lockyer story yet but a good listen anyway. Saw the ending coming miles off and narration is not her best but still worth a credit.
Divorced forty-something dentist Richard Taylor is found dead by his two children, Harvey and Olive in his plush Gipsy Hill flat. What has happened to this once perfect professional family to make this atrocity happen? It's up to DS Jane Bennett of the Lewisham and South-east London murder squad to unravel all of the lies.
This is the third DI Mike Lockyer and DS Jane Bennett novel and it's my opinion that they're getting better. The personalities of both detectives are now incredibly well developed and inherently believable. DS Bennett's struggle with bringing up her young autistic son is a fantastic element, as is her guilt as a busy working mother.
The narrator, Imogen Church, gave a fantastic performance in my opinion. Highly recommended!
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What made the experience of listening to Trust No One the most enjoyable?
Who was your favorite character and why?
Jane Bennet...she is the real main character in the book.
What does Imogen Church bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
She is a brilliant audio book reader, she brought the book to life and gave the characters very recognisable voices. I thought she was the best thing about the book.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
I thought this was a solid thriller. It's not going to win any literary awards but it was an enjoyable listen. I thought the shining light was the narrator, who is brilliant. I'd recommend this to anyone who likes thrillers but it's not the best of the three books in the series.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
The police come across as keystone cops, I just find it unbelievable that during interviewing a suspect, the police would apologise for asking uncomfortable questions.
The storyline had potential but the main characters come across as whiny and pathetic.
There is no reason they couldn't be more professional during the job and still have interesting exterior and interior lives.
I won't be continuing with this series.
2nd Clare Donoghue book, really enjoyed, kept me guessing,. The narrator did a great job because i was immersed in the story