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Lifeless written by Mark Billingham performed by Robert Glenister on CD (Abridged)

Lifeless written by Mark Billingham performed by Robert Glenister on CD (Abridged)£9.99

To his friends, his foes and even to himself it looks as though Tom Thorne's career is on the skids. On his last case he had seriously over-stepped the mark, and now gardening leave has been suggested and all he has to tend is a window box. So when it appears someone is targeting London's homeless ....

Buried written by Mark Billingham performed by Robert Glenister on Audio CD (Abridged)

Buried written by Mark Billingham performed by Robert Glenister on Audio CD (Abridged)
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ISBN:  9781405522982
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Thriller
Duration:  390 mins
Length:  Abridged
Author:  Mark Billingham
Performer 1:  Robert Glenister

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** INCLUDES AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR ** Luke Mullen, sixteen year old son of a former, high-ranking police officer has disappeared, presumed kidnapped. While no-one quite dares to voice the fear that he could also be presumed dead, Detective Inspector Tom Thorne is brought in to beef up the squad dedicated to locating the...

missing boy. The first thing the team looks for is anyone with a grudge against Luke's father, a man who'd put a lot of tough villains away in his time.

A list quickly emerges, but Thorne discovers that ex-DCI Tony Mullen has omitted the name of the most obvious suspect ; a man who'd once threatened him and his family, and who, after serving time for his original crime, is now the main suspect in a murder which has been unsolved for four years.

Is this a simple oversight - understandable considering the trauma of his son's disappearance? Or is it something more telling? Aware that he does not have the luxury of time, Thorne searches desperately for connections and leads, but learns that secrets are as easily buried as bodies, and that assumptions are the enemy of truth.

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