©2007 Simon Brett; (P)2007 Isis Publishing Ltd
A long time reader and listener - I just can't get enough of Audible! (Especially mysteries and Buddhist texts and history and ...etc!
Yes, definitely. It's a pleasant, quirky and cute cozy mystery narrated by the author delightfully.
Well - I don't want to give anything away...but maybe when Carol found the body under the dryer?
Yes! I love Simon Brett's stories and narration. Actually, I'm not that fond of the Charles Paris books, but simply adore the Fethering series with Carol and Jude.
Please, Simon - write more Fethering stories! I've already listened to the Guns in the Gallery...
I have listened to two other Simon Brett books. I like his voice, not too jarring on the ear. I like his own character voices. It's nice to know that's how he imagined them to sound. To the best of his ability.
Nice twist in the end! I have just downloaded another book of his in the Charles Paris series.
Simon Brett narrates his own story and by doing so the characters and their nuances come to life. Nice twists and turns which always characterise Simon Brett books..
"Fantastic introduction to Simon Brett"
The location was great made a really nice change from a country house in the 1900s.
Finding one of the suspects in a most unusual place being put there by someone close. The description of the whole event was great.
All of the scenes in the various hairdressers was fun and said a great deal about human kind.
Laugh out load funny at times.
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