The Murderer’s Son

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The Murderer’s Son is an enticing crime mystery thriller. It is written by Joy Ellis, while Richard Armitage has given its narration. The narrator was able to give a powerful performance, which will definitely keep you entertained for the hours’ long narration of this chapter.

The book is part 2 of the Jackman & Evans novel series, which is the recommended order of the novel in order to help listeners easily connect the dots with its prequel. However, as per the published order, this is the first book of the Jackman & Evans novel series. It is a psychological mystery thriller, which is absolutely hard to resist.

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The formidable crime busting duo of DS Evans and DI Jackman is in full action they are here to solve a mysterious case, which will literally make your skin crawl.

A couple of decades ago, a farmer along with his wife were torn into pieces by a brutal serial killer. Now, in present day, a dead body of a woman is discovered, who was stabbed to death in the kitchen of her stunning house, which was right at the brink of the marshes. Then, Daniel Kinder comes to the Saltern police station and confess for the murder of the woman.

But, both DS Marie Evans and DI Rowan Jackman realized that there is a huge mystery behind the confession of Daniel and it is not that obvious as it seems. It was because of Daniel’s memory as he doesn’t remember anything from the first 5 years of his life.

The Guilty Ones and Their Lost Daughters are other brilliant novels on the crime mystery thriller genre that Joy Ellis has written. You will love to have them in their audio book versions.



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