Yes, I would. It's a good mystery wonderfully performed by the amazing Anna Massey. Full of interesting characters and a non-typical setting.
I loved the nurse, Amy Leatheran. Her matter-of-fact personality and her interactions with Poirot were charming and very well written.
Oh, the last scene definitely. It's always fun when Poirot gathers all the suspects and reveals the solution to the crime.
It was, though I couldn't. I did get through it very fast, though, because I was nicely engaged.
As with all of the BBC radio productions, this one was expertly cast and a thorough delight to listen to.
Why do I feel like this question was intended for a non-fiction book? If you haven't listened to one of these full-cast productions, this will probably make you want to check out more of them.
Hmmm....another question for a non-fiction book. It seems Mr. Audible thinks A Pocketful of Rye is a book about the history of growing rye in Britain.
I greatly enjoyed the book, but it's always fun to listen to a good actor interpret a good story.
I also enjoyed the BBC radio full-cast performance of Peril at End House. It was great fun.
Mr. Fraser is consistently good in his performances. He has a wonderful style and is a lot of fun to listen to. But it's a bit odd to hear "Poirot" as interpreted by "Hastings."
Not moved me, but I loved the way in which Poirot took personally how he was constantly baffled by the solution to the crime.
Yes, it is a charming story well-performed with a nice romance and a bit of supernatural mystery.
I liked the opposites attract relationship between Shane and Rebecca.
The narrator has a nice voice with a good, fluid style and subtle but unmistakable differentiations between characters.
No, it stands on its own. However it is part of the Brothers MacKade series so there are more chances to read about the characters of this novel.
I enjoyed both. I think I liked the book better because I was able to picture the two actors from the BBC adaptations. But Hugh Fraser is a wonderful narrator and brought a nice, light touch to the novel.
I wasn't on the edge of my seat, but it wasn't that kind of book. It's a collection of short stories featuring the delightful Tommy and Tuppence Beresford. But each story was nicely written and solved.
I love the way he portrayed the interplay between this charming couple. He had a nice way of capturing their playful banter.
Cocktails and crime
I love the book, but Benedict Cumberbatch's performance adds an extra dose of goodness.
I loved the scene between Alleyn and Lord Robert where the inspector enlists his friend to "go undercover."
I've listened to two others and all are absolutely wonderful. Aside from his deliciously sexy voice, he has a real knack for character voices and gave each their own personality.
The interactions between Alleyn and Troy were very sweet.
I enjoyed the story, it kept me intrigued and wanting more.
I'd add another story. I love the concept of a circle of people telling ghost stories in a cozy setting. I just wanted more. Perhaps a sequel with the other members of the club adding their own tales?
I thought the narrative performance did a great job of creating a nicely spooky atmosphere.
It made me go back and read some of my old favorites by Ms. Michaels.
At the center of the book is a top-notch ghost story that was very compelling. Sadly the secondary plot dealing with back-stabbing and in-fighting at a major TV network bogged things down.
I might. Though I was a bit put off by the obvious "this is going to be a series" ploy at the end.
I really liked his performance as Gabriel and his foibles and fears.
I think it could be a good film, if they got rid of the network subplot and just focuses on the haunted house at the paranormal team determined to find and fight whatever is inside.
Yes. It's a fun and imaginative entry in the cozy mystery genre.
No, but it kept me interesting and guessing.
Intelligent, playful, professional
There were a few giggles, but no outright laughter.
Fun, intelligent, engaging
I loved the interplay between DJ and Tom.
She did a wonderful job with the character of DJ.
It's hard to find when you don't know what you're searching for.
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