A servant girl and a priceless brooch vanish at the same time, and it doesn't take a genius to put two and two together. The Inspector finds the brooch on a dead woman - but where's the missing servant? Fortunately, Mrs. Jeffries isn't one to give up on a case just because of a few loose ends...
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I listen to these recorded books while in the car or doing something else so yes, the time was well-spent. These Mrs. Jeffries stories are somewhat predictable but this does not diminish their enjoyment for me. I can relax and expect a pleasurable time in Victorian London among familiar and long-time friends with a bit of mystery, humor, and engaging personalities.
I always like a bit of a twist and the Mrs. Jeffries stories never disappoint.
I can't recall listening to any other Lindy Nettleton's narrations other then Mrs. Jeffries. to me she represents the personality of Mrs. Jeffries; her other characters seem to match voices to the picture of them I have in my head.
This seems to be a duplicate of the first question- yes it was worth the listening time.
I enjoyed the performance, I like the easy feel of Nettleton's voice and the plot moved along at a good pace.
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