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Broken Harbor

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Tana French

Narrated By: Stephen Hogan

Publisher: Recorded Books

Date: July 2012

Duration: 19 hours 59 minutes

Summary:

New York Times best-selling author and Edgar Award winner Tana French grabs listeners with her chilling Dublin murder squad novels. In Broken Harbor, all but one member of the Spain family lies dead, and it's up to Mick "Scorcher" Kennedy to find out why. Mick must piece together why their house is full of cameras pointed at holes in the walls and how a nighttime intruder bypassed all the locks. Meanwhile, the town of Broken Harbor holds something else for Mick-disturbing memories of a childhood summer gone terribly wrong.

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  • Stephanie L

    This was the amazing book I needed after a long bit of mediocre books

  • Anne Claire M

    This is the first time I? ever listened to a audiobook and I? absolutely loved it! The narrator uses an Irish accent which makes this even more exciting/entertaining to listen too. The app works perfectly and I? never had any trouble listening to my book at all.

  • Jill W

    Wish there were more! Loved all books in series. Excellent narrator!!

  • Jayne Casey

    Fabulous, complex story with perfect narration! Ms French consistently does not disappoint! Addictive listen!

  • Sarah Merriman

    Amazing as always with Tana. I've listened to and enjoyed 4 of her books and listened to them all more than once. I will definitely listen to Broken Harbor again as well. Beautiful details and characters, not to mention story line.

  • mary brady

    fabulous listen beautifully rendered couldn't stop listening!

  • Will Hunt

    Not the best effort by Ms. French - but I'm starting to wonder if she is capable putting forward. The narration is truly on point; the producers could not have found a better voice than Stephan Hogan to bring these words to life. I've heard some people say that the main character can come across as preachy, and they may be onto something. Beyond that, this book really espouses everything else about French's work which we might call great- it's deeply atmospheric, conjures a sense of noir without being melodramatic, the culprit in this caper is hiding in plain sight and the reveal is done plausibly. Overall, a great listen.