A slowly unfolding mystery set in a culture and a city few of us will ever experience
Her other book - City of Veils - is just as good
He is so easy to listen to - definitely a star reader
Niyar's introspection and ambivalence are a major and moving theme
Hopefully an aberration - La Plante is usually gritty, but the woman in this story is unbearably needy
Hopefully DS Travis will not return, or might grow up a little next time around
Reader does well - manages male voices, and has a range of accents
Well read, authentic accent, particularly the voice of the old and dementing man who is central to this story.
A great sequel to Peter May's other Hebridean story.
The story of the children on the Dean Bridge is especially compelling.
Stayed awake all night.
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