Performers in London’s music halls have been falling victim to a series of bizarre and humiliating practical jokes. When a young women is murdered during her disappearing act, Sergeant Cribb must go undercover in the riotous music halls of 19th-century London to catch a vicious killer.
©1972 Peter Lovesey (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
The narration was too fast with not enough differentiation between voices. I felt like it was racing and I just couldn't follow.
"Rattlin' Good Yarn"
Yes, because hearing the very 'British' tones help set the scene.
The very funny and brilliantly descriptive writing.
The very good way he managed to deal with understatement and bewilderment in the characters.
I laughed - a lot.
This story was 'right up my street,' and reminded me of the humour prevalent in the 1960s when we had such droll comics as Tony Hancock.
not like the other books, very poor, not at all like his other books, very disapointed
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