• End of the Line

  • An Inspector McLevy Short Story
  • By: David Ashton
  • Narrated by: David Ashton
  • Length: 1 hr and 59 mins
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Publisher's Summary

A thrilling short story featuring Inspector James McLevy and Jean Brash, available exclusively in audiobook. 

London had Sherlock Holmes. The dark alleys of Edinburgh had Inspector McLevy. 

End of the line, sir. Rouse yourself!

A moment and then the entity slowly fell to land with a thud on the floor where it lay ominously still, the face staring up, eyes wide open and sightless.

At Waverley Station late at night, the body of a man is discovered in the corner of a train compartment. 

Inspector McLevy's investigations into the murder of the mysterious Count Borromeo lead him to the Just Land, the best bawdy-hoose in Edinburgh and the pride and joy of Jean Brash.

You can enjoy more from the world of James McLevy with the Inspector McLevy series and the Jean Brash Mysteries, narrated by David Ashton and Siobhan Redmond.

©2020 David Ashton (P)2020 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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  • cb ellon
  • 10-19-21

Terrible narration.

I absolutely love the Mclevy series but this was not good. I have just realized that it is narrated by the author. I don't know why they dropped Brian Cox who was brilliant but this is just poor. You don't get the twinkle in the voice and the humour is just flat. I am sorry but both of us listening in the car just couldn't take more than half anhour. We gave up. The story was going somewhere but it just dragged at a monotone. What a shame.