I am a PD James fan, and have always enjoyed the descriptive dialogue, which for some lends to a slow read. This is not an action story, it really is ..Show More »
In this second of the Dalgliesh series, written around 1962, the reader gets introduced to the inside world of English outpatient "sanitarium". Dalgl..Show More »
ok, well this was a big waste of money. horrible, simply horrible...i couldn't get past the first 2 hrs...i tried i really did...but the narrator was..Show More »
I would, and have many times, recommended this book to a friend. It is a pure, classic mystery. The reader/listener is all the time being given the ..Show More »
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 r..Show More »
I felt there was too much reverb in the recording levels making it difficult to understand without paying a lot of careful attention.
Ok, this was a classic PD James book; beautifully written, lots of very nice psychological details; lots and lots of descriptions; and a good mystery ..Show More »
Yet another book ruined by an ill-chosen narrator. I usually, always, listen to the preview of the book because the narrator can make or break the bo..Show More »
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I chose this title because I have enjoyed the Adam Dalgliesh stories on PBS' Mystery, and I wasn't disappointed. P D James is able to convey atmospher..Show More »
Cerebral! Not idle listening.
Classic James, don?t listen in the car. I missed a clue (or two) and will now, happily have to allocate som..Show More »
P.D. James is the finest of all current mystery writers! And this continuation of the Adam Dagliesh mysteries does not disappoint. The story is brilli..Show More »