There were some lovely images and the times the author shifted from the "story" to the surround made me feel grounded in the narrative. Several of the characters were complex enough to be real. As in life, sometimes first impressions changed. I could listen to the narrator indefinitely. It sounded to me as if as many people were reading it as there were characters. If you like mysteries and you can countenance descriptions of children being hurt, don't miss it.
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