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Cobweb by Margaret Duffy
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Jul 05, 2008

bookshelves: 2008-mysteries-suspense, 2008-audio-books
Read in February, 2008

Cobweb, by Margaret Duffy. B-plus. Narrated by Patricia Gallimore, produced by Isis. Downloaded from audible.com.

Patrick Gillard and his wife, Ingrid Langley, who met working for MI5 and are now consultants to the police, are hired to help determine who killed MP Jason Giddings, and whether his murder is related to those of two police officers who were working on his investigation, or whether it’s just a coincidence that they were killed. This is an action packed book, well narrated. Ingrid gets some good licks in with the enemy and saves Patrick’s life a few times. Gallimore can make her voice sound so much like a man you forget she isn’t one when reading male character roles. This was good escapist reading, action-packed. A little too James Bondish for my tastes but a good diversion from the heavier books I’ve been reading.

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