As expected, Josephine Tey delivers a compelling, absorbing tale that draws one in and doesn't let go. After reading her "Daughter of Time," I knew to expect the highest quality of literate writing and at the same time a delicious, entertaining read. Once again, I was in her power for the whole time of listening to the book. The reader and the production were excellent.
This book caught my imagination and carried through with great humor, wonderful visuals of the era of 50's and 60's and compelling characters. The story line was interesting, too. I was thoroughly entertained.
I always enjoy Maeve Binchy's poignant, intimate portrayal of the lives of her characters. This book is very entertaining and well read. I will listen again.
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