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A Sinner's Prayer (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
A Sinner's Prayer (MP3)
Series:
J.T. Ellington #4
Written by:
M.P. Wright 
Read by:
Ben Onwukwe 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
10 hours 24 minutes 
MP3 size:
430 MB 
Published:
July 18 2019 
Available Date:
July 18 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781489493125 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Historical 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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J.T's newest quest hurls him back into the underworld he's worked so hard to leave behind, where he'll have to play as dirty and dangerous as those out to kill him.

1970, Bristol. What's buried doesn't always stay buried. It's a new decade and J.T. Ellington has taken himself out of the investigation game. But when an old friend asks him to help a doctor whose son disappeared hours after his wedding, J.T.'s commitment to a life lived under the radar is tested. His quest hurls him back into the underworld he's worked so hard to leave behind. Charred remains in a churchyard, the savage beating of a Hindu priest and a series of cold-blooded threats are stark warnings to J.T., and to everyone he holds dear. Amid his terrorised community, J.T. locks horns with the vile underbelly of British far-right politics and a notorious gangland king. It's not until J.T. uncovers a name from his own tragic past that the pieces of the investigation slot into place. But, with dark forces intent on destroying him, J.T. is pitted against an extraordinary enemy. He must play as dirty and dangerous as those who want him dead.

`This is terrific crime fiction – evocative, socially aware and gripping – and JT Ellington is a compelling protagonist.'
Mark Billingham

'... historical detective fiction at its finest, picks you up and puts you right in 60s Britain, and its underbelly ... say hello to Barbadian/Bristolian noir.'
Dermot O'Leary