The Deathwatch Journal: An original story for BBC Radio 4 (Unabridged edition)

The Deathwatch Journal: An original story for BBC Radio 4 (Unabridged edition)

By: Ian Rankin (author), Jimmy Chisholm (reader)Audio Book

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A gripping original story for BBC Radio 4 by award-winning crime writer Ian Rankin, written for the landmark Radio 4 Book at Bedtime slot Saughton Prison, Edinburgh. 1962. Prison guard Thomas Scott watches over a condemned man sentenced to hang for the murder of his wife. His prisoner is a guilty man, that's for sure. William Telfer has done enough bad things in his life. And Scott has been in his job long enough to know that guilty men often proclaimed their innocence right up until the moment the noose was placed around their necks. But as they wait out the days until his execution, Scott begins to suspect that Telfer is innocent of this murder. An innocent man could be hanged by the neck until dead. And his jailer doesn't know what to do about it... To find out the truth, Scott must explore Edinburgh's darkest corners. And he is running out of time. From the best-selling author of the Rebus novels, this original story asks what you would do in the face of doubt, and in the search for justice. (This release contains additional material not included in the radio broadcast, plus an extended postscript.) Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes approx.

About Author

Ian James Rankin is a crime writer best known for his Inspector Rebus novels. He is the author of Dead Souls, Black and Blue, The Hanging Garden, and Watchman.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781785299179
  • Format: Audio Book
  • running time: 75
  • ID: 9781785299179
  • weight: 885
  • ISBN10: 1785299174
  • edition: Unabridged edition

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