The Slaughter Man

Written by:
Tony Parsons
Narrated by:
Colin Mace

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
May 2015
7 hours 30 minutes
On New Year's Day, a wealthy family is found slaughtered inside their exclusive gated community in north London, their youngest child stolen away. The murder weapon is a gun for stunning cattle, leading Detective Max Wolfe to a dusty corner of Scotland Yard's Black Museum devoted to a killer who thirty years ago was known as the Slaughter Man. But the Slaughter Man is now old and dying. Can he really be back in the game?
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Alberto M.

The narrator brings to life the characters and the overall history.

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Michael Hayes

Not quite as good as the first book but still a good read with a good ending. The Narrator is great. Looking forward to reading the next in the series. The Sound Mixer needs to learn his job better though.

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Susan W.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I especially love the narrator. If I have anything to criticize it is that the narrator's voice modulates in volume too much. I found I was constantly adjusting the volume on my earbuds as his voice grew louder and softer. He puts a lot of emotion into his narration, which increases the suspense, but it also challenges the listener.

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Richard Corcoran

A great Tony Parsons series!

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Loved this book, the narrator brings the story to life . Plot twists and great characters. Well worth a listen! Will be straight into book 3!

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Great book

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Good book. Based in London. Going to read another by the same author

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Rosemary C.

This book a vip choice. Good book. Graphic and touched on some topics of abuse and murders. A police story based in London. The narrator has the English accent which went well with the story. But when he talked his voice was load then slowly got softer. Made it difficult to hear. Had the app setting for loud. The phone set as loud as it would go and the external speakers all way up. When driving and listening just couldn’t hear the soft end of his voice. I listened to the last hour of the book sitting. Glad I did. The ending was very good.

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John I.

Wow was not sure what to expect at first but by the second chapter was hooked look forward to listening to more from Tony Parsons in this series.

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Decent story, but narrator's whispering makes it inaudible at times.

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Jo B.

Excellent read held my interest all the way through

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Kathrine C.

I was interested all the way through and it was nice for a change that there was no silly romance story except his love for his little daughter. I really enjoyed the narration and accent.

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Conor B.

What a great read, had me connected to the story from beginning to end. The author did his homework and it shows in the details, from the little things of describing in detail the police firearms.

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Ger Faughnan

Found this to be very graphic. Very good story but gruesome

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