Today I am taking part in a feature post on the blog tour for Carl Goodman’s crime audiobook 20/20. This was released on the 4th of June published by Audible Studios.
20/20 by Carl Goodman
Release Date: 4th of June 2020
Listening Length: 13 hours and 4 minutes
Narrator: Louise Brealey
Publisher: Audible Studios
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The first in an intelligent, multi-layered crime series featuring DI Eva Harris.
A vicious killer on the loose, a traitor on the team – and a past that’s catching up with her.
Can DI Harris see the truth before it’s too late?
An expert killer who takes his victims’ eyes – can DI Harris see clearly enough to uncover the truth?
On the first day of her new job, Harris is called to the scene of a brutal murder at the heart of Surrey society. A shocking crime, with a meticulous killer: the victim’s eyes have been removed and the body drained of blood, with no forensic evidence left at the scene.
Her boss insists it must be the return of a killer who escaped justice several years ago, leaving a trail of bloody ritualistic killings. Harris isn’t so sure: both sets of victims have had their eyes removed, but other details are significantly different.
But Harris’s desperate desire to uncover the truth is complicated by her secret mission to find corruption at the heart of the police. Who can she trust in her own team? Harris is also hiding a secret past of her own – can she find the killer and learn who to depend on, before her dark history catches up with her?
20/20 Blog Tour
Follow the tour along the way and see what these fantastic bloggers thought about 20/20.
Thank you Amber Choudhary for my spot of the 20/20 blog tour.
Let’s Get to Know Carl Goodman
Carl Goodman is a designer and media consultant who has worked with everything from hot-metal type to computer animation and virtual reality. His interactive projects have twice won BAFTA awards.
He has worked with companies and universities across Europe and the US on government-funded R&D programmes, and with major international brands on new product development, but he absolutely draws the line at commuting.
He loves writing, both crime and science fiction, and enjoys stories that have both a technological edge and a dark, visceral theme. He enjoys research, although sometimes the material he unearths worries the living daylights out of him. Carl lives in Surrey with his wife and has an adult son.
Stay up to date with Carl’s work by following him on Twitter
Let’s Get to Know Louise Brealey
Louise Brealey is an English stage and screen actress and writer. She is best known for playing Molly Hooper in the BBC’s Sherlock.
Her other television work includes Clique (BBC/Amazon), A Discovery of Witches (SKY), David Mitchell and Robert Webb’s sitcom Back (Big Talk/Channel Four) and Gomorrah (SKY Atlantic).
Stay up to date with Louise’s work by following her on Twitter