Title: A Banquet of Consequences
Author: Elizabeth George
Read By: John Lee
Audiobook Copyright: 2015
Genre: Fiction - Mystery - Crime - Thriller - British
Publisher: Penguin Audio
Series Name: Inspector Lynley
Position in Series: 19
Original Media Information
Length each: Original CD lengths
Source: Overdrive MP3
Number of MP3s: 18
Total Duration: 21:43:58
Total MP3 Size: 597.45
Parity Archive: No
Ripped By: 3j
Encoded With: LAME
Encoded At: CBR 64 kbit/s 44100 Hz Joint Stereo
Noise Reduction: None
ID3 Tags: Set, v1.1, v2.3
The number-one New York Times best-selling author's award-winning series
returns with another stunning crime drama featuring Scotland Yard members
Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley and Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers.
The unspoken secrets and buried lies of one family rise to the surface
in Elizabeth George's novel of crime, passion, and tragic history. As
Inspector Thomas Lynley investigates the London angle of an ever more
darkly disturbing case, his partner, Barbara Havers, is looking behind
the peaceful faτade of country life to discover a twisted world of desire,
deceit, and murder.
The suicide of William Goldacre is devastating to those left behind.
But what was the cause of his tragedy, and how far might the consequences
reach? Is there a link between the young man's leap from a Dorset cliff
and a horrific poisoning in Cambridge?
After various career-threatening issues with her department, Barbara
Havers is desperate to redeem herself. So when a past encounter with
a best-selling feminist writer and her pushy personal assistant gives
her a connection to the Cambridge murder, Barbara begs Thomas Lynley
to let her pursue the crime.
Full of shocks, intensity, and suspense from beginning to end, A Banquet
of Consequences reveals both Lynley and Havers under mounting pressure
to solve one of the most complex cases they have ever encountered.
⌐2015 Elizabeth George (P)2015 Penguin Audio
What the Critics Say
"Definitely a literary force to be reckoned with." (Suspense magazine)
"It's tough to resist George's storytelling, once hooked." (USA Today)