One benefit of the audio version is hearing the brothers use different voices with each other than they use out in the world. Introducing a private detective solves the problem of having a wealthy retired psychiatrist sitting long stakeouts for no compelling reason. Kellerman's distaste for Christians still obtains, but once again he manages to tolerate faith in powerless women.
Simon Brett is a canny observer of regional theater, actors, alcoholics, and critics' reviews. I enjoyed learning about British panto.
Most memorable moment: former FBI agent who has been fired on twice is taken unaware for the third time in a row. He is too distracted by his thoughts to notice being tailed after telling us it is hard to tail a car in a small town. Reading is competent but uninspired.
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