Often, audio doesn't compare to print. But this is quite excellent.
This book is in line with Rendell's other Wexford novels, because her characterization, especially of younger people, is well developed. That is to say, she masters all aspects of human nature. She illustrates that the "formative years" really form the individual.
He brings refined poise to the work. It is a joy to listen to him.
At times, the end of a Rendell novel is brutal, but I enjoyed the end of this novel.
An enjoyable experience!
By far, the best audiobook that I have experienced. Christie's brilliant and intricate analysis of human nature, coupled with Suchet's embodiment of Poirot,make this audio experence a must have. It's my new favorite!
Yes, I couldn't put it down!
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