©2008 Louis Bayard; (P)2008 Random House Audio
I have read other P.D. James novels and I must say that the others were of a better writing quality and kept my attention rivited. But still a good read in the car.
Love these mysteries, especially those written depicting life 'before' the advent of cell phones and even autos.
The Black Tower is one of my favorite PBS movies and the book does not disappoint.
Yes. It was hard to discern the motive for the killings.
The revelation of the murderer and subsequent battle with Adam
Now Louie Crew Clay. Professor Emeritus at Rutgers. Author of 2,418 published items. Married for 41 years to Ernest Clay.
Put off if you're already gloomy. The book is likely to exacerbate your mood by quadrupling it. Or, enjoy anyway!
A little above average, but I only download good audiobooks.
Not really. A good portion of the books was telling you about the characters and laying out various red herrings.
Dalgleish sort of stumbles into the solution rather than detecting it. He doesn't have his usual crew of supporters in this tale - he's trying to recover his health and visit an old friend, but of course a murder presents itself and he has to solve it. He ends up in a bit of trouble at the end, but is able to escape.
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