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Title:
The Shadows in the Street
Series:
Simon Serrailler #5
Written by:
Susan Hill 
Read by:
Steven Pacey 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
10 
Duration:
11 hours 58 minutes 
Published:
September 28 2016 
Available Date:
September 28 2016 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781486283613 
Genres:
Fiction; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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International bestselling author

'A crime tale with an emotional core.'
The Herald

Simon Serrailler is faced with the possibility of not one, but two murderers at large in the fifth installment of Susan Hill's bestselling series.

Simon Serrailler is on sabbatical on a Scottish island, recovering from an exhausting murder investigation, when he is urgently summoned back to Lafferton. Two local prostitutes have been found strangled. By the time Serrailer has reached the town, another girl has vanished. Is this a vendetta against prostitutes by someone with a warped mind? Or a series of killings by an angry punter? Then the wife of the new Dean at the Cathedral goes missing – has the killer widened their net or is there more than one murderer at large?

'A crime series that specialises in sidestepping conventions, always to exhilarating effect. These books succeed in harnessing all the genre's addictive power while maintaining a complexity and fascination entirely their own.'
The Independent

'Nothing's quite as it seems, except Hill's brilliantly compelling prose.'
Daily Mirror

'Susan Hill's Serrailler novels, with their persuasively-drawn copper and his equally well-rounded family, are real treats.'
The Daily Express

'Susan Hill is extremely rare if not unique in having achieved enormous literary success in two genres, that of so-called straight novels and crime fiction ... Deeply engrossing and enjoyable.'
The Lady