This was a unique story line for a mystery, involving an impostor who finds he really does belong. I thought the characters were well developed, and were not just black and white good guys and bad guys.
In the beginning, I was reminded of The Return of Martin Guerre, but this story takes a more positive turn. Anglophiles will probably think of Perkin Warbeck, a famous and real impostor. I am also reminded of the work of Alexandre Dumas: yes, it might be a bit improbable in places, but the story kept me intrigued.
She did a good job of presenting and keeping each character unique.
I never have time to listen to one book all at once, but I enjoyed getting back to this story each time. I was impressed that Josephine Tey had interwoven this story intricately together.
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