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Wow! I feel like I was being lectured by the narrator. I’m 3 hours into a 12 hour story and so far I have been lectured on Joseph’s seemingly perfect life, his perfect wife, their perfect child . . .
The body turns up early but again the perfect family is more important as we’re told over and over and over again
The other thing we find out is Joe doesn’t have a perfect life after all, he has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease which would be a devastating diagnosis but we are then given a history lesson on how Parkinson’s was first clinically diagnosed in 1817 by James Parkinson and what he first named it, the number of ppl in the UK with the disease, the symptoms etc etc
This will be a book I won’t be finishing! A pity because I’ve enjoyed other Michael Robotham books I’ve read
So boring. A lot of pointless details that did not add to the storyline. I would've given up listening to this if I wasn't working from home and merely left it playing as background noise. Not much of a mystery in the end. Disappointing!