Death at the Dolphin is a charming theater mystery featuring the very likeable director/playwrite Peregrine Jay as the protagonist, and of course Roderick Alleyn as the detective with his usual cast of supporting characters. I very much enjoyed this audiobook. It is a favorite story of mine, and James Saxon's reading only enhanced the experience. I am wondering if it was originally released as a series on the BBC's World Service radio, because the sound quality of the recording altered periodically as though it might have been originally recorded in episodes. I still gave it five stars as this did not interfere with my enjoyment of the mystery or the reading of James Saxon. He so perfectly personifies Roderick Alleyn which very much enhanced my enjoyment of the story.
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