No, because the reading was poorly done. Male, female, old and young characters all had the same voice.
It was OK. I was very distracted by poor reading.
An actor, not just a reader is needed for audiobooks. His performance was distressing.
No, I never do. I like to draw my listening out.
Please choose actors as readers. Emilia Fox is very good.
Retired "Okie" librarian & happy to have found Audible for good stories & staying in touch with new authors & books.
“Typically James, an excellently written novel and classic mystery. Good description of scenes so the reader knows exactly where they are and what is happening. No sidetracking into romantic or sexual situations, James is all about the mystery and the characters. Keating is an exceptional narrator with all the characters to distinguish he does a great job.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes good British mystery novels. I think the characters are excellently well developed and the story is great. I was sad when it ended, but love how P.D. James gives the story epilogue to tie everything together.
not a bad book and the speaker is OK. Book maybe a tad too long, but....
I have greatly enjoyed the works of P. D. James, as read by Charles Keating. In Death in Holy Orders, James truly crafts the scenes and interactions of the characters so that you experience the tale almost as though you are there. Keating's reading, with all of the subtle nuances, accents and inflections were excellent. There are numerous other James titles in audio format. I hope Audible picks them up as well.