One of the top 10
In this book, Hilary Carew
Superb, fantastic narrater
Please put more of the rarer Patricia Wentworth books on your list. There are many that are only collectors items in price that many reader cannot afford. />However, if you do, make them available, none other than Diana Bishop should narrate them
These wonderful railway stories, full of nostalgia from another age were delightful and thrilling. Patrick Malahide was superb in his narration, and I will listen to this book again, just to enjoy his expert ability in the
Yes, it was very enjoyable.
Somewhat like a Sherlock Holmes mystery, with clues twisting and turning, and red herrings around the corner.
Julian Rhind-Tutt was absolutely superb in his performance. Though his depiction of Poirot was impeccable, I enjoyed his performance of Sam Kidd the most. Pure genius.
It made me quite sad, and also angry at what had been done to Patrick Ives.
A very perfect writing style for a Poirot story. Beautifully written. This story kept me interested right through, but at times seemed convoluted, so that one had to go back several times to ascertain the turn if events, and the reasons and motives behind those events. Highly recommended.
Yes, as it brought the story to life.
Intriguing story. Very enjoyable.
Hugh Fraser is superb. His voice is beautiful, and he is brilliant at all the different accents and voices
Please get Hugh Fraser to read more books.
Yes. Delightful romance, good narration. Totally enjoyable.
The Nonesuch himself was as usual wonderfully elegant, but I always enjoy the minor character in all of her books, such as a sister's husband, or a slightly backward friend whose dialogue is so funny, I cannot help laughing in total enjoyment at the absurdities!
All of them.
I never tire of reading or listening to Georgette Heyer's works.
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