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Charles Dickens' classic novel of mystery, read by Alex Jennings. A body is found in the River Thames and is identified as John Harmon. He was due to inherit a great fortune on the condition that he marry a young woman called Bella Wilfer. And so the story begins and unravels and we are introduced to the mysterious John Rokesmith, Our Mutual Friend.
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  • John
  • Crystal Lake, IL, USA
  • 05-23-07

Superb Dickens!

This recording is absolutely delightful. Alex Jennings, a terrific English actor, portrays seemingly hundreds of characters with complete confidence and rich humor. He clearly relishes the joyous magic of Dickens' prose. Although not one of Dickens' most well-known novels, OUR MUTUAL FRIEND offers plenty of his special plot-twists, delicious characters and mordant social observations. His portrait of the eerie, nocturnal Thames and its denizens is particuarly memorable.

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  • mary
  • NY, NY, United States
  • 07-11-18

Timeless

As with all of Dickens Our Mutual Friend is a face off between the worst and the best of humanity. There is, today more than ever, a need to read of goodness triumphing over evil.