The Dry: A Novel by Jane Harper- Audiobooks , MP3
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+ Author : Jane Harper (Author), Stephen Shanahan (Narrator)
+ Format : MP3 ( without DRM – You can listen on many Other Devices )
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+ Listening Length : 9 hours and 59 minutes
+ Language : English
Instant New York Times best-seller.
Winner of the CWA’s Gold Dagger Award.
“A breathless page-turner, driven by the many revelations Ms. Harper dreams up…. You’ll love [her] sleight of hand…. A secret on every page.” (The New York Times)
“One of the most stunning debuts I’ve ever read…. Every word is near perfect.” (David Baldacci)
A small town hides big secrets in The Dry, an atmospheric debut mystery by award-winning author Jane Harper.
After getting a note demanding his presence, Federal Agent Aaron Falk arrives in his hometown for the first time in decades to attend the funeral of his best friend, Luke. Twenty years ago when Falk was accused of murder, Luke was his alibi. Falk and his father fled under a cloud of suspicion, saved from prosecution only because of Luke’s steadfast claim that the boys had been together at the time of the crime. But now, more than one person knows they didn’t tell the truth back then, and Luke is dead.
Amid the worst drought in a century, Falk and the local detective question what really happened to Luke. As Falk reluctantly investigates to see if there’s more to Luke’s death than there seems to be, long-buried mysteries resurface, as do the lies that have haunted them. And Falk will find that small towns have always hidden big secrets.
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I'm surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. The concept is nothing new – man returns to hometown he left in disgrace, gets involved in mystery/drama, leaves a changed man – but this is done very well. Great cast of characters and the murder(s) confounded me the whole time. It was masterful the way Harper interwove the past with the present. It was almost like she brought the past to the present from an array of perspectives until both story lines crossed, and then, didn't. You have to read it to get that last comment. I recommend you do. I got so into it, I had to finish it in one day.
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