Whilst the story line was quite interesting, the narrator just lacked the ability to give this listening experience its full potential. The engrained British class system so epitomised by voice, appeared beyond this narrators range.
With this book I felt I'd been given a glimpse into a culture that would normally have been closed to me. What a fascinating experience. Both male and female characters were brilliantly brought to life by the narrator Jonathan Keeble who effortlessly drew me into both the mystery and the world in which the book is set. Can't wait for Ms. Ferraris to continue the journey.
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