Davina Porter's ability to delineate many different voices always thrills me. and it isn't long before i am caught up in the story and 'believe' there are different people. This story is one of the best of the series. Lots of suspense and the ending is surprising, although almost guessed.
Anne Perry' gives long contemplations to William Monk that are interesting, weaving story and moral into one delicious meal. In this novel there are also some beautiful landscape descriptions. And the description of faces that reflect psychology are always fascinating. Not beauty but character. I enjoy this immensely, as the narrator seems to also
I notice that the next Anne Perry books in this series do not use Davina Porter as the narrator. Why is this, I read others' reviews complaining about the narrator. So I won't buy any more Anne Perry books until Davina Porter narrates them
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