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Title:
The Remorseful Day (MP3)
Series:
Inspector Morse #13
Written by:
Colin Dexter 
Read by:
Samuel West 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
10 hours 6 minutes 
MP3 size:
420 MB 
Published:
January 28 2019 
Available Date:
January 28 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781509875566 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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The thirteenth and last novel in Colin Dexter's Oxford-set detective series.

'Where does this all leave us, sir?' 'Things are moving fast.' 'We're getting near the end, you mean?' 'We were always near the end.' The murder of Yvonne Harrison had left Thames Valley CID baffled. A year after the dreadful crime they are still no nearer to making an arrest. But one man has yet to tackle the case – and it is just the sort of puzzle at which Chief Inspector Morse excels. So why is he adamant that he will not lead the re-investigation, despite the entreaties of Chief Superintendent Strange and dark hints of some new evidence? And why, if he refuses to take on the case officially, does he seem to be carrying out his own private enquiries? For Sergeant Lewis this is yet another example of the unsettling behaviour his chief has been displaying of late ...

'Impeccably plotted ... A series that raised the bar for genre writing. Not since Nero Wolfe has a detective of Morse's ratiocinative skills, refined tastes, and tetchy temperament held court in such a magisterial fashion.'
New York Times Book Review

'Fascinating ... Memorable ... [A] sweetly rueful conclusion to a revered series.'
The Washington Post Book World

'The plot is flamboyantly clever: even the most minor characters are bizarre and intriguing. Long after his swan song, Morse will be missed.'
The Los Angeles Times