(P)1995 Blackstone Audiobooks
"Decidedly unsentimental in its depiction of poverty and the criminal underworld, especially in its portrayal of the cruel Bill Sikes." (Merriam Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature)
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"Some technical problems"
The reading of this book is good and I am enjoying it. The only problem I have is the technical problems. A few times there is a couple of lines which have been repeated. More of a problem is when the reading of a chapter has been cut short. The first time was only a few lines but the second time cut a lot of CH 26. I am only half way through the book and am hoping its not going to happen again. Again other than these the reading is good and is well worth getting - that's if the problems don't get worse.
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