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Murder in Retribution (Acton and Doyle New Scotland Yard Mysteries, Book 2) Audio CD – Audiobook, 29 July 2014
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''This entertaining pair will linger in readers' imaginations, making them want more.'' --Booklist, praise for the series
''Romantic suspense fans will welcome Cleeland's second New Scotland Yard mystery . . . Distinctive characters, including Aiki, a friendly Rwandan cab driver who acts as Doyle's self-appointed protector, compliment the finely wrought, highly charged plot.'' --Publishers Weekly
''The latest adventures of Cleeland's characters are as thrilling as ever, as they are forced not only to deal with a complicated murder case, but their private relationship as well.'' --RT Book Reviews (4 stars)
''Cleeland writes with wit and flair.'' --Kirkus Reviews
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- Publisher : Blackstone Audio, Inc.; Unabridged edition (29 July 2014)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1483001628
- ISBN-13 : 978-1483001623
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Although there is a somewhat interesting premise, this book focuses on the relationship between Acton and Doyle, and how those around them react to their marriage. Munoz still annoys me (she’s still peeved about not bagging Acton, and doesn’t hesitate to rub Doyle the wrong way about it), and Williams has his moment of being a ‘knocker’. However, it is Acton’s mother, friends and housekeeper that really provide most of the dramatics, and I really felt sorry for Doyle having to deal with their arrogant and pretentious a$$hats. Actons mother is truly a piece of work.
So, as you can see I really enjoyed this book. Not all good guys wear white, and I haven’t come across a character like Acton before that I could empathise with while justifying his not so stellar actions.
4 stars ⭐️
Top reviews from other countries
I hope this author will continue on with the story of Lord Acton and Kathleen Doyle.