Length: 514 Minutes
Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable, audiobook edition of The Doll's House, the third instalment of the Detective Inspector Helen Grace series by M. J. Arlidge, read by Elizabeth Bower and Scott Joseph.
Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller The Doll's House is the new twisting and terrifying thriller in the Detective Inspector Helen Grace series from M.J. Arlidge. Arlidge is the author of Eeny Meeny and Pop Goes the Weasel, and has been dubbed 'the new Jo Nesbo'.
'Detective Inspector Helen Grace is one of the greatest heroes to come along in years.' Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author of The Skin Collector and Solitude Creek
'The third instalment in the DI Grace series is as fast-paced and nail-bitingly tense as the first two. Taut and gripping, book four cannot come soon enough' Sun
A woman wakes. Immediately she knows she's not in the bed she slept in. It's just the beginning of her nightmare.
Across town, a child discovers a woman's body buried beneath the beach. Then another victim is found. Neither friends nor family had even reported either woman missing. How could their killer be getting away with murder?
It's chilling evidence that Detective Inspector Helen Grace is hunting a monster who's not just twisted, but clever and careful.
And as Helen struggles to understand the killer's motivation she realizes that time might be running out for someone still alive. . .
Length: 514 Minutes
This is going to be as big as Jo Nesbo
Taut, fast-paced, truly excellent
DI Helen Grace is a genuinely fresh heroine ... Arlidge weaves together a tapestry that chills to the bone
M. J. Arlidge has created a genuinely fresh heroine in DI Helen Grace
A chilling read
A grisly, gripping thriller
Gruesomely realistic, intriguing and relentless. Arlidge's fledgling army of fans is about to grow
Eeny Meeny debuts one of the best new series detectives, Helen Grace. Determined, tough and damaged, she must unravel a terrifying riddle of a killer kidnapping victims in pairs. Mesmerizing!
Expertly pulled off. It has a devious premise. DI Helen Grace is fiendishly awesome. It's scary as all hell. And it has a full cast of realistically drawn, interesting characters that make the thing read like a bullet