Compelling story line; believable characters
When Mary discovers the truth about the cause of her family's car crash.
hard to pick just one
No, it's too long, but I was always eager to get back to it.
Great story line--it was complicated, but unfolded in a logical way. It was well-written and well-narrated.
This story was so good on its own, I did not try to compare it to any of Agatha Christie's Poirot stories.
Catchpool was my favorite.
Poirot knows a lie when he hears one.
I hope that the author will do more Poirot/Catchpool books.
Yes, but after enough time passes so that I don't remember the details.
Heard many of hers before--she is always excellent.
I can hear another faint voice in the background of this recording. It's very distracting.
What a life!
So many humorous anecdotes!
The laughter wasn't extreme; it was very natural and a lot of it.
The main story line was so suspenseful. The description of the abbey, the monks, and their daily activities made me feel like I was there, too.
Yes. There were many possible suspects and we learned about them and their issues a little bit at a time. It was hard to know when someone was lying to the police. Until the very end, I did not know who the murderer was.
Yes, I listened to his reading of Still Life also written by Louise Penny. Mr Cosham's performance in both of these was excellent-smooth rhythm, consistent pronunciation, and it was always clear from his voice which character was speaking.
Yes, but when I had to put it down, I couldn't wait to get back to it.
I enjoyed this book so much more than Still Life. Even though there were more suspects in this book, the characters provided fewer distractions, perhaps, as monks, they had so much in common.
N/A; haven't read the print version
Several well-developed suspects with reason to commit the murder--very suspenseful story
I love her voice and accent; she's very understandable
This is the best Miss Silver book I've listened to (out of 10 or 12).
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