The sound quality of the narration is very uneven.[ Is it a very old audio book?] There is a variation from chapter to chapter, sometimes quite marked, and there is often soft ambient noise behind the narration. It's never very clear, but sometimes it's worse than others.
For me, his pronunciations [eg of 'Michael Baddeley'] were overly pedantic and interfered with my ability to concentrate on the story rather than on the reading.
Yes, I think it has been done already.
The least enjoyable of the P D James stories I have listened to because of the poor technical quality [but still worth hearing].
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