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Author: Jon Cleary Narrator: Christian Rodska Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Scobie Malone Novels Release Date: January 2014 ISBN: 9781620648124
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Love never dies … unless a killer intervenes.

The Hotel Southern Savoy has become the reluctant host to two corpses on a single night—and homicide inspector Scobie Malone knows this investigation will be a nightmare from the moment he arrives. The first victim was the wife of the American ambassador, a slaying that will certainly have international repercussions—and worse, if the lady’s dark secrets are ever revealed. But it’s the second murder that strikes straight at Malone’s heart. The dead man was the husband of a woman from Malone’s past, a brief love long over but never forgotten. An assassin has violently blended Malone’s personal and professional lives in a lethal stew of blood and memory, and there’s no way the dedicated policeman’s going to walk away from this one unscathed. But even Scobie Malone doesn’t realize how deadly a concoction it truly is—and by the time he does, it may be too late.

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About the Author

Jon Cleary (1917–2010) was an Australian writer and novelist. He wrote numerous books, including The High Commissioner, the first of a long series of popular detective novels featuring Sydney police inspector Scobie Malone. Several of his works have been adapted for television and film.

About the Narrator

Christian Rodska has worked in theaters all over the United Kingdom and in the West End, and he has recorded hundreds of radio plays and poetry programs. Over the last thirty years he has worked regularly in television, from early programs such as Follyfoot and Doomwatch, to Taggart, Sharpe, and Wycliffe. He has recorded over one hundred audiobooks and has won several awards, including fourteen AudioFile Earphones Awards.