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Catherine Galitza has been badly injured by an intruder in her own home. In the months before, there had been a string of nuisance calls. Are the events connected? Has someone been stalking her?

As Catherine begins her slow and painful recovery, two men seem intent on uncovering the truth: her husband's business partner, the intense, prickly Simon Jardine, who harbours an almost obsessive devotion to Catherine; and the self-made Irish hotelier Terry Devlin, once a benign figure in Catherine's childhood, now with a reputation for ruthlessness. But which of these men has Catherine's real interests at heart? Then, the police arrest and charge a suspect. Yet Catherine's watcher is still with her. And she has no way of knowing who she can trust.

© Clare Francis; (P) Macmillan Publishers Ltd

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  • 05-06-21

Boring, and badly narrated

The story does not engage the listener's interest: there are too many ill-defined characters, for none of whom I personally felt any empathy. I stopped listening at some point because I really didn't care what happened. (Sadly, Audible will not allow me to return the book.) The listening experience was not helped by the over-vehement narrator, who made most of the male characters sound like pretty bad ham actors.