Sarah Pepper is dead: killed by her boyfriend in a drunken rage. He's confessed, but can't remember exactly where he dumped her body. The police appeal to the public for help finding Sarah's remains. They're looking for a field with a wooden gate, an empty bottle of vodka by the roadside. She will be partly concealed beneath a hedge...Shocked by the news, Alex Connor travels halfway round the world. He's coming home determined to say goodbye to Sarah, the friend who helped him through his darkest days. When he arrives, however, he finds only a mystery.
The field has been located, but using the information provided by the police, someone else has got there first. Sarah's body has been taken. On the other side of the country, a killer is preying on young women. When a girl called Rebecca Wingate vanishes, Detective Paul Kearney knows they only have a week to find her - before her body turns up, drained slowly and completely of blood. Kearney seemingly gets a break when a man is caught and confesses - but Rebecca 's body isn't where it should be... In their hunt to find the living and the dead, Kearney and Alex are drawn together into a sinister world of death fetish and 'murderabilia', where relics and mementos of killers are traded, and life is only the first thing a victim will lose.
Ce que les auditeurs disent de Still Bleeding
Looooooooooooong and Boring
What disappointed you about Still Bleeding?
Hours going by where nothing happened at all.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Guillerma Del Toro--The Night Eternal (last book in Strain series)
What didn’t you like about Robert Angell’s performance?
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
not for me. I thought the review sounded like an exciting murder mystery, but it was painfully slow.