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This book is documented by Elizabeth George and Something to Hide and The Punishment She Deserves are her other matchless writings. Simon Vance incredibly narrated this tale and was also awarded for “Audie Award” for his splendid work.
Elena Weaver was astonishing to anybody meeting her interestingly. In her tenacious dresses and hanging studs, she oozed sexuality with the honesty projected by the unicorn banners on her dividers. While her upset mother worried with regards to her government assistance from her home in London and in Cambridge where “Elena” was a student at “St. Stephen’s College” her dad and his subsequent spouse each had their different picture of the young lady. Concerning Elena, she carried on with an existence of relaxed and extreme physical and passionate connections with scores to settle and objectives to accomplish until somebody ready to pounce along the course she ran each day, cudgeled her ridiculously.
Detective Inspector “Thomas Lynley” and his accomplice, Detective Sergeant “Barbara Havers” enter the tenuous universe of “Cambridge University” where scholastic outfits frequently conceal dangerous aims. For the two officials, the genuine character of “Elena Weaver” demonstrated slipperiness. Every relationship the young lady left behind projects new light both on Elena and on those individuals who seemed to know her best from a disagreeable “Swedish conceived Shakespearean” teacher to the agonizing top of the “Deaf Students Union”.
Elena’s dad, who was a “Cambridge” teacher viable for a renowned post, was a man with his dim mysteries. While his past sins make him neurotically committed to Elena and ignorant concerning her darker side and present evil presences drive him toward betrayal. This tale is strong and profoundly influences the readers.