Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA | Member Since 2010
Once again, Beaton has written a clever and tangled mystery. But the ever clever Hamish figures it all out, much to the anger of his superiors. Now if he could just get his love life on the right track. Too bad they don't go for bigamy in the Highlands, or maybe it should be a same sex union.
The revelation that he most beautiful Hannah was all falsies.
His character were clear and his accents were wonderful.
Hamish does it again!
They need to bring back the BBC series.
The narrarator. He was very bland and did not "act" his characters.
The sheriff's interview with the fishing guide.
The reader who does C. j.Box books, or reader of the Longmire series, or the Cork O'Conner books.
Not sure yet.
Mystery, beauty and great fun.
The descriptions are outstanding.
Have not listened to any other performances.
When Joe realizes the drunk on the stool is his father.
Great unraveling of Joe's personal history as well as the way the park becomes a character in the story.
This story of Arthur is probably the most realistic story on this subject I have ever read, and believe me, I have read A LOT of novels and history on this subject and these characters.
The characters came alive.
Better than Mary Stewarts series.
Pigott- Smith is an actor not just a narrator. His characterizations are not contrived or overdone. Just enough inflection and tone and accent to make them distinguishable. He was great.
The death of the little girl.
Glad I did not discover the series as it was being written. We listened to the entire series in a week and did not have to wait for the next book.
The language and detailed descriptions.
Nick Hook is so down to earth.
I hated the interrupting music.
Good stand alone. Most of the Cornwell books are in a series.
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