Not from Alan Furst but George Guidall is always good.
Too slow to develop with details far beyond reasonable interest - lumbering.
The escape from the burning house.
Yes, because they would omit the unnessary details.
This became one of the few books in my lifetime that I aborted listening and discarded. The reader spoke so fast as to challenge comprehension. I was several chapters into the book and realized that I was still listening to the backgrounds of the people involved.
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