The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths
Fiona Griffiths Crime Thriller Series Book 3
By Harry Bingham
Read by Siriol Jenkins
In her third outing in this acclaimed series, DC Fiona Griffiths' damaged psyche is given its sternest test as she volunteers to go undercover. Unabridged edition.
When DC Fiona Griffiths says 'yes' to her policeman boyfriend, it's an affirmation that she wants finally to put her psychological breakdown behind her, and become a resident of 'Planet Normal' like everybody else. But she still can't resist the challenge of an undercover policing course, and finding it remarkably easy to assume a new identity, she comes top of the class.
So when an ingenious payroll fraud starts to look like the tip of a huge criminal iceberg, Fiona is selected to infiltrate the fraudsters' operation. Posing as a meek former payroll clerk now forced to work as a cleaner, Fiona Griffiths becomes Fiona Grey, hoping the criminals will try and recruit her - knowing that if they discover her real identity, she's dead meat. But as Fiona penetrates deeper into their operation, coming closer to identifying the mastermind behind it, she faces another, even more frightening danger - that her always fragile grip on her sense of self has now been lost and she may never find her way back.
Read by Siriol Jenkins
(p) 2014 Isis Publishing Ltd
Harry Bingham is a successful author as well as running The Writers' Workshop, an editorial consultancy for first-time writers, and organising the York Festival of Writing. He lives near Oxford.
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13 Mar 2014
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Praise for gripping, atmosphere Fiona Griffiths crime thriller series:
Chilling, atmospheric and so gripping it hurts. You won't read a better crime novel this year
— MARK EDWARDS
Intriguing and compelling - I love Fiona Griffiths — SHARON BOLTON
In a word - brilliant. One of the most enjoyable crime novels I've read in a while — JAMES OSWALD
Compelling and claustrophic, Without a doubt, Fiona Griffiths is one of crime's most memorable heroines — SARAH HILARY
One of the most interesting and complicated protagonists in current UK crime fiction. Truly unforgettable — MICK HERRON
Fiona Griffiths is one of the most unusual and engaging characters in British crime fiction. Those who haven't yet encountered Fiona will be drawn into a beautifully crafted world — SINEAD CROWLEY
Gripping...Fiona Griffiths kept me hooked to the last page and left me hungry for more — RACHEL ABBOTT
Exceptional ... Absorbing ... Fiona's narrative sears the pages. — KIRKUS REVIEWS
Fiona Griffiths may be the most fascinating protagonist in fiction. She is similar to Lisbeth Salander, an intelligent but profoundly damaged young woman, but Fiona is less hostile and more curious, sort of a good guy sociopath. I couldn't put it down. This is definitely one of my very favorite thriller series. I love this character and I hope I have the chance to read many more. Harry Bingham is a genius and one hell of a writer. — Audrey, Top 500 Reviewer
Compelling ... a new crime talent to treasure — DAILY MAIL
Very exciting ... well informed and well written. Read this novel. — Literary Review
Gritty, compelling ... a [police] procedural unlike any other you are likely to read this year. — USA Today