Word Play - the Crime Collection: "Dead Simple" , "River of Darkness" , "Sovereign"

Word Play - the Crime Collection: "Dead Simple" , "River of Darkness" , "Sovereign"

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Macmillan Digital Audio are delighted to introduce a brand new format for audio book lovers everywhere. Word Play is an incredibly light and portable pre-loaded player which means you can 'plug and play' your favourite audiobooks anywhere in the world. The player runs off a standard AAA battery so they are easily re-chargeable and they come with a free set of headphones so you can start listening to your audio books straight away.Three cases for three very different detectives..."Dead Simple" introduces us to Detective Superintendent Roy Grace. Grace investigates the case of a missing bridegroom. Is it a harmless stag night prank gone wrong or is it something more sinister?Detective Inspector Madden, from Scotland Yard is called upon to aid the Surrey police force in "River of Darkness". A grisly murder echos horrors of World War I and the madness that Madden has witnessed there.In "Sovereign", it is Autumn, 1541. Lawyer Matthew Shardlake and his assistant Jack Barak are in York, awaiting the arrival of the Great Progress but the murder of a local glazier involves Shardlake in deeper mysteries.show more

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  • 145 x 195mm
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Macmillan Digital Audio
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0230017541
  • 9780230017542

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Peter James was educated at Charterhouse and then at film school. He lived in North America for a number of years before returning to England. His novels have been translated into twenty-six languages and reflect the author's deep interest in medicine, science, and the paranormal. Rennie Airth was born in South Africa and has worked as a foreign correspondent for Reuters. C. J. Sansom was educated at Birmingham University, where he took a BA and then a Ph.D. in history. After working in a variety of jobs, he retrained as a solicitor and practised in Sussex, until becoming a full-time writer.show more