Two Evils
Mark Sennen, Read by Stevie Lacey

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Narrated By: Stevie Lacey

Duration: 13 hours and 17 minutes

What to expect

‘A wonderfully twisty maze’ JAMES OSWALD

A missing boy. A brutal killer. D.I. Charlotte Savage is ready . . .

DI Charlotte Savage has been warned to lay low. After a string of high profile cases, her infamous reputation precedes her.

But when a vulnerable child goes missing, for Savage, it’s too close to home. She’s not the kind of detective who can sit back and watch events unfold.

Then a second child is snatched – echoing a terrifying incident that happened over two decades before. It soon becomes apparent that there is a more chilling motive behind the disappearances.

History looks set to repeat itself. It’s down to Savage to seek out the cold blooded killer. Before it’s third time unlucky. Before it’s too late . . .

Genre

Crime & mystery fiction, Thriller / suspense fiction

Listen to a sample

‘Sennen is brilliant at drawing the reader into a deep, dark and very twisted plot with hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel’ 5* Amazon reviewer

‘Another fantastic novel featuring DI Charlotte Savage. It's gruesome, horrific, shocking and full of suspense’ Annette, Goodreads reviewer

‘Lots of twists and turns and some seriously crazy! Not for the faint hearted’ Chrys, Goodreads reviewer

‘There are no easy answers and whenever the reader thinks they are beginning to get a handle on what is happening, there is another twist to the tale … An engrossing and captivating book which is hard to put down’ Amazon reviewer

‘There is a strength and depth in the characterisation that sets the book above much of what I’ve read this year…The plot is a wonderfully twisty maze to navigate through… I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to any crime fiction fans. I’ll be keeping an eye out for DI Savage in the future’ James Oswald

‘A nail-biting thriller that will keep your pulse racing all the way to the explosive climax’ Alex Kava

‘A fast-paced serial-killer chiller’ (Alex Marwood, author of The Wicked Girls)