Thieves on the Fens

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Thieves on the Fens is the 8th chapter of the DI Nikki novel series. It is written beautifully by a prolific writer, Joy Ellis. Narration of this audiobook is effortlessly handled by Henrietta Meire, who managed to make it a memorable performance for the audience.

It is always a good idea for the crime mystery thriller lovers to explore more from the archives of the author Joy Ellis as they would never get disappointed. A couple of the most preferred books from the author are The Murderer’s Son and Their Lost Daughters.

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DI Nikki Galena in this exciting novel gets a series of mysterious/ anonymous calls. In every call, Nikki is told about the time, place and the person who will die. But, all these messages were in some secret language that is only known to be used by villains. Nikkia Galena along with her investigation team should decode all the hidden riddles in those phone calls and then find out that from where all these threats were coming from.

At the same time when Nikki and her team were trying to decode messages, the fens got hit by a series of some “design burglaries”. It just looked like that a novice gang is there to steal to order. Things were getting much closer to home when a close friend of DI Nikki’s mother dies all of a sudden and that death was quite suspicious and wasn’t looking natural.

Is there a link between any of these events and could DI Nikki manage to restrict the thieves right on the fens, before somebody else dies? You would love the twists and turns throughout the narration of this novel.

 



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