• The London Tram Murders

  • Vance and Shepherd Mysteries, Book 2
  • By: John Broughton
  • Narrated by: Michael Langan
  • Length: 7 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Detective Inspectors Vance and Shepherd reunite in the second book in John Broughton's Vance And Shepherd Mysteries. After a murder is committed in a quiet suburban subway under a tramline, it becomes obvious that the murder squad is dealing with a copycat killer.

The murder is an uncanny repeat of their previous case, and their inquiries are complicated by the presence of the main suspect’s doppelganger, Melanie Bradshaw. The brilliant chemistry master student has solid alibis but Shepherd, flying in the face of the contrary evidence, is convinced that the deceased serial killer's sister and Melanie are the same person.

As the killings continue, Vance and Shepherd face increasing pressure from above building. Can they apprehend and bring the killer to justice before more lives are lost?

©2021 John Broughton (P)2022 John Broughton

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Great Mystery

At first I was apprehensive about listening to the second book with hearing the first one before hand but there was no need to worry. This book was well written, wonderfully narrated, and kept me compelled to the end.

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Great story!

The London Tram Murders by John Broughton is #2 in the Vance and Shepherd mysteries series. This book appears to copycat the murders in The Quasimodo Killings. Vance and Shepherd have to use all resources to try to get ahead of this killer. There are a lot of twists and turns and the story keeps you engaged and on the edge of your seat. Just when you think its over, it may not be! The narration by Michael Langan is excellent. He uses separate voices with different accents and inflections so the characters and story come alive. I received a free audiobook and am writing my unbiased review.

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dangerous and diabolic

A deeper look into the criminal mind was fascinating! Between opportunities and plans, this was a work of art for the mind. Manipulation and twists . Edge if your seat stimulating! I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job bringing the characters and story to life.

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  • caroline wright
  • 06-09-22

I really enjoyed this but listen to book 1 first

This was a really good listen and an interesting story - I cant say much more as there are so many twists and turns. The narration worked for me and I got used to the voices, and they really added to the story and depth of characters. I am definitely really glad I found both author and narrator. I got addicted to the story and just had to keep listening to another chapter it was that addictive.

I was given a free copy by this did not impact my review at all.