These low-key BBC productions are always high value, as Father Baldi, soul-searching philosopher, takes us through slices of contemporary society, solving not only crimes but his own frailties. Very reminiscent of Chesterton's Father Brown.
This quite-short radio drama honors the Locked-Room genre and is well worth the price, especially when offered on sale.
I would gladly listen again. It was beautifully performed and very well written
Hmm, that's tough. Perhaps a mix between Harry Potter and Angels and Demons? Setting aside the fact that I am not a fan of Brown's works it has a similar layer of suspense with the mysticism and colorful characters that you find in Harry Potter.
Oh, well clearly Islington.
I laughed a good deal in this book, and had a few gasps of shock
This was just all around wonderful. I can't imagine anyone not enjoying it.