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Don't Let Him In

Written by: Howard Linskey
Narrated by: Kirsty Dillon
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He's always been there. Now he's looking for you.

There have always been deaths in the small town of Eriston over the years - more than can easily be explained. People dying in their houses, behind locked doors.

Sean Cole thought he'd spotted a pattern. Thought he was on the trail of a killer. Now he's dead, too.

When his daughter, Rebecca, returns to the town, she realises that her father might have been onto something. But can she find the murderer before he finds her?

Because if she can't, her father's shabby old Victorian house is no place to hide.

©2021 Howard Linskey (P)2021 Penguin Audio

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  • Mr M.
  • 30-04-22

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I really like Linskey and have enjoyed both reading and listening to his books but they've made a massive mistake on the reader of this one, so I ended up purchasing the book.

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  • Charley
  • 04-02-22


Well done Howard - Great story, excellent narration, keeps you gripped and guessing all the way through.
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