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- Listening Length: 5 hours and 45 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Jeamel Publishing Limited
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 11 Oct. 2016
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYRDSL1
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Forever Watching You: A DI Miranda Carr Thriller Audiobook – Unabridged
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but I did guess early on who the killers were so it was no surprise & I did guess a few other things. I think it cause I read too many books like this :D I won't say as don't want to spoil it for others. I highly recommend this book
With everything to live for, wealthy cosmetic entrepreneur Anneka Morton is on the cusp of launching a brand-new range of products… but her husband reports her missing just days before the launch party.
When intrepid Detective Inspector Miranda Carr arrives at the crime scene, the clues indicate that Anneka was abducted from her own home. Without a body, she suspects foul play from a cosmetics competitor. However, DI Carr’s case gets turned on its head when Anneka’s body is found, and the last person Miranda suspected goes on the run.
Miranda hops on a plane to Portugal with her boss, DCI Caroline Gordon, and enters into a joint covert operation with Interpol to arrest and extradite Anneka’s murderer.
Anneka Morton has vanished from home and all that remains of her is a pool of blood in the bathroom.Her husband contacts the police. Where Miranda can not decide if she should have him as a suspect or not. He is certainly not liked by his in-laws, but Why?
The investigation soon takes off and Miranda and Caroline end up going to Portugal to pursue the investigation. Was this the right thing to do, or have they just wasted valuable time in the investigation.
As with all Mels books, this is another fantastic start to another series. Keep going Mel, and please never run out of idea's.
If this book is going to be like any of Mel's others then we just know that the series is going to be fantastic. I think the characters are likeable and realistic, and soon found myself enjoying this book almost as much as some of the Lorne books.