Aurora, CO, United States | Member Since 2005
I first 'discovered' him with the Ian Rutledge series and I keep hoping some more of
the earlier books will be on audible.com. He has mayhem, of course, and the voice in his head, but Todd has a wonderful way with the English language
Now I see what an awful critic I am since I have listened to other audible books
since "An Marked Grave'!!
Only in the Bess Crawford series. She is very, very good..
Sorry.... I'm old... sniff...
I discovered C J Sansom by a referral from another author. What a treasure!
Pathos, mystery in medieval England... no DNA!!.. and personal interaction.
I hope that C J writes more!
I think I am preparing to be unable to read (gasp!) so have all 5. I guess I must
have enjoyed being read to as I do delight in this narrator as well.
I delight in beautiful word play and Louise Penney is a
master, I won't miss anymore of her books on A-audible.com
The many turns and twists that an older mystery
reader didn't expect, AND how much Gamache
loves his wife!!
I would have if I didn't need to take a wee dog out for the air.
I like the reader's voice and, of course, following Isabel through another adventure which the darling father of her child wishes she wouldn't!
I think the gentleness....
Mercy! I should have listened again before answering this...
Isabel Dalhousie because she is such a kind soul who is really interested in the
people in her world..
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