©1996 Pendragon Ink; (P)1996 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"Leaven of Malice is leaven of sheer delight." (Globe and Mail)
"His writing is full of zest, wit, and urbanity. The soundness of his moral is apparent. The leaven of malice grows, and swells, and sooner or later touches all of us." (New York Times Book Review)
"The reader will find it a riot - engrossing from opening prank to final curtain." (Toronto Star)
Set in the late fifties or early sixties in an imagined Canadian university town the characters leave us wanting to "read" part three.
Characters and motivations, misunderstandings and assumptions and the folly that ensues.
Performance was good as it was for the first book in the series. The only flaw was a technical one- from time to time (say 4 times in the book) the audio levels dropped briefly and then returned to normal.
No thanks! Far better to be a fly on the wall.
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