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Naked to the Hangman (MP3)
Lydmouth #8
Written by:
Andrew Taylor 
Read by:
Philip Franks 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
11 hours 26 minutes 
MP3 size:
500 MB 
August 01 2021 
Available Date:
August 01 2021 
Age Category:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Bolinda/Audible audio 
Bolinda price
GBP£ 17.98
GBP£ 17.98

International bestselling author
Sunday Times bestselling author
Award winning author
UK Author

From the #1 bestselling author of The Ashes of London and The Fire Court, this is the final instalment in the acclaimed Lydmouth series.

As a young police officer in Palestine during the closing months of the Mandate – the cradle of Middle Eastern terrorism – Richard Thornhill saw and did things which still haunt his dreams and make him fear for his sanity. Is he himself a killer? Now, when a retired police officer is found dead in the ruins of Lydmouth Castle, the past has come back to claim Detective Inspector Thornhill and he is under suspicion of another murder. His wife, Edith, and former lover Jill Francis join forces in an uneasy alliance to try to help him. But there are many complications, scandalous allegations have been made about Miss Awre's School of Dancing, the Ruispidge Charity's annual dance for young people is under threat, teenagers haunt the newly opened Italian coffee bar and yearn for fumbled intimacies in the sheltering darkness of the Rex Cinema. And the spring floods are rising higher than they have in living memory, drowning a multitude of secrets.

'Andrew Taylor is a master storyteller.'
Daily Telegraph

'Taylor is an excellent writer.'
The Times

'The most underrated crime writer in Britain today.'
Val McDermid, author of The Mermaids Singing and The Distant Echo

'Taylor's Lydmouth series is turning the classical detective story into a complex picture of our own past.'
The Independent