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Author: Tom Callaghan Narrator: Saul Reichlin Publisher: Hachette Book Group Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Akyl Borubaev Series Release Date: October 2016 ISBN: 9781681441436
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We uncovered the last of the bodies in the red hour before dusk, as the sun stained the snowcaps of the Tian Shan mountains the color of dried blood and the spring air turned sharp and cold.

Inspector Akyl Borubaev of the Bishkek Murder Squad has been exiled to the far corner of Kyrgyzstan, but death and corruption still haunt him in the remote town where he has been stationed.

Borubaev soon finds himself caught up in a mysterious and gruesome new case: several children’s bodies have been found buried together-all tagged with name bands that mark them as orphans, all killed in the same way. In his search for the truth behind the brutal killings, Borubaev hits a wall of silence, with no one to turn to outside his sometime lover, the beautiful and lethal undercover security service agent Saltanat Umarova.

When Borubaev himself is framed for the production of blood-soaked child pornography connected with the case, it looks as though things couldn’t get any worse. With the investigation at a dangerous standstill, Borubaev sets out to save his integrity, and to deliver his own savage brand of justice on behalf of the many dead who can’t speak for themselves.

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About the Author

Tom Callaghan received degrees in English literature and art history from Vassar College and the University of York, then joined Saatchi & Saatchi, spending ten years as a creative group head in London, New York and Philadelphia (where he helped establish a Saatchi office). His controversial film for Survival International, starring Richard Gere, was banned from UK television but aired worldwide for many years. He joined the newly formed M & C Saatchi as creative group head for three years, before moving to the Far East to pursue interests outside advertising. He is a frequent contributor to Campaign, Communicate, Media Week and Rolling Stone.

About the Narrator

Saul Reichlin is a narrator, actor, producer, and director. He has lent his voice to more than fifty television documentaries.