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The Guilty Man (MP3)
Lennox & Wilde #1
Written by:
Helen H. Durrant 
Read by:
John Voce 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
6 hours 26 minutes 
MP3 size:
292 MB 
August 01 2021 
Available Date:
August 01 2021 
Age Category:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Bolinda audio 
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#1 bestselling author

Winner AudioFile Earphones Award 2021

The Guilty Man is a mystery full of stunning twists from #1 bestselling author Helen H. Durrant.

A little girl, presumed dead, turns up playing happily in the park. She is barefoot but otherwise unharmed. The child’s mother who lives on a notorious local estate doesn’t seem bothered that her daughter has returned alive. Meanwhile, a man is tortured by a ruthless criminal. The victim’s severed hand is left on his wife’s doorstep. Detective Harry Lennox and DI Jess Wilde investigate. How do the cases connect and who is using threats to drive people out of their homes? Harry Lennox is battling his own demons, trying to bury a secret from his past with alcohol. He stays in a rundown campervan on a friend’s driveway. Jess wants to know why he’s living like this, but he refuses to tell her anything. What's he hiding?

'Narrator John Voce performs this police procedural set in the town of Ryebridge in Northern England. DI Harry Lennox and DS Jess Wilde, both portrayed with Scottish accents, investigate two interconnected crimes. First, 3-year-old Lucy Green suddenly reappears after having been missing for five weeks; next, the severed hand of a local drug kingpin and human trafficker turns up; then, a second person's hand. Voce alternates between a precise, uninflected account of the investigation and increasingly intense discoveries and interactions with criminals, drug addicts, and residents sporting a variety of northern British and Scottish accents. These crimes, described all too vividly and unemotionally by Voce, are connected to Lennox's past, something Wilde slowly uncovers, which puts them both in danger.'
AudioFile Magazine