Tuscaloosa, AL United States | Member Since 2005
Yes. I love Stephanie Daniel's narration. I think it provides an excellent facet to an already wonderful story. This is not my favorite of the Phryne Fisher books, but it is very much worthy of its esteemed company.
Probably not. I have the old versions of Aunt Dimity's Death and Aunt Dimity Beats the Devil, which were recorded by Christina Moore. They're fantastic, but I have to agree with one of the previous reviewers - Teri Clark Linden sounds like she's reading to a class of under-performing children. The words are very carefully enunciated and there are fairly long pauses between them, especially for the English characters. I love, love, love Nancy Atherton, but I don't think I'll be getting any more of the audios, which is disappointing. I was so excited to see an expanded selection that I didn't even notice it was a new reader.
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