Synopsis Tasked by his news editor to come up with a sensational article about old, unsolved murders, reporter Eric Braden finds himself in rural Warwickshire, investigating the horrific death of a local lothario, whose body was surrounded by pagan symbols.
The detective from the original investigation is now a broken man and reluctant to tell his story but there are others who demand answers, even all these years later. As Braden delves deeper, encountering hostility and denial at every step, he soon realises that village life is not as innocuous as the locals would have him believe and that something unimaginably dark still resides here, waiting to be released…
Written By: Jack Gerson Directed By: Helen Goldwyn
I've just started listening to this and am in the first forty-five minutes. I'm loving Barnaby's narration and it's an intriuging fun pulpy tale. I prefer the traditional audiobook format over additional effects (no disrespect to the excellent first-rate efforts of the Doctor Who audiobooks) and prefer to be lead by the narrator's voice and hope this is the route Big Finish choose to go down for future audiobook releases.
Also, the audio quality is first-rate and MUCH better then on offer from Audible.
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