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Call the Dying (MP3)
Lydmouth #7
Written by:
Andrew Taylor 
Read by:
Philip Franks 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
10 hours 50 minutes 
MP3 size:
492 MB 
June 01 2021 
Available Date:
June 01 2021 
Age Category:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Bolinda/Audible audio 
Bolinda price
GBP£ 17.98
GBP£ 17.98

International bestselling author
Sunday Times bestselling author
Award winning author
UK Author

From the #1 bestselling author of The Ashes of London and The Fire Court, Call The Dying is the seventh instalment in the acclaimed Lydmouth series.

Love and need make unexpected bedfellows, and both are blind. As the grip of a long hard winter tightens on Lydmouth, a dead woman calls the dying in a seance behind net curtains. Two provincial newspapers are in the throes of a bitter circulation war. A lorry driver broods, and an office boy loses his heart. Britain is basking in the warm glow of postwar tranquillity, but in the quiet town of Lydmouth, darker forces are at play. The rats are fed on bread and milk, a gentleman's yellow kid glove is mislaid on a train and something disgusting is happening at Mr Prout's toy shop. Returning to a town shrouded in intrigue and suspicion, Jill Francis becomes acting editor of the Gazette. Meanwhile, there's no pleasure left in the life of Detective Chief Inspector Richard Thornhill. Only a corpse, a television set and the promise of trouble to come.

'Andrew Taylor is a master storyteller.'
Daily Telegraph

'Taylor is an excellent writer.'
The Times

'The most under-rated crime writer in Britain today.'
Val McDermid, author of The Mermaids Singing and The Distant Echo

'There is no denying Taylor's talent, his prose exudes a quality uncommon among his contemporaries'
Time Out

'Does full justice to Andrew Taylor's reputation as on of the greatest award winning crime writers of our time'
Bangor Chronicle