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London Rain

Josephine Tey, Book 6
Narrated by: Sandra Duncan
Series: Josephine Tey, Book 6
Length: 10 hrs and 52 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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May 1937, and London prepares to crown a new king. At the height of the Coronation celebrations, Detective Chief Inspector Archie Penrose is called to the BBC to investigate the murder of a famous broadcaster, a death which Josephine Tey suspects is linked to a decade-old scandal. With Archie's hands tied by politics, it is left to Josephine to get to the truth. Soon she is forced to confront at first-hand the deadly consequences of love, deceit and betrayal.

©2015 Nicola Upson (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd

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"Any crime aficionado...should make room for Nicola Upson’s novels." ( Daily Telegraph)

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  • Flint
  • 09-07-17

Wow!

I bought this book because it was on offer and it looked interesting. What a find! I loved it and I couldn't put it down. It really is historical fiction at its best. There is a strong plot, interesting and well drawn characters and the narration is excellent. I was very disappointed when I got to the end, but I have since found that there are a number of other books in the series. I had started one of the most recent books in the series which just goes to show that it's not necessary to read the whole series because this is a strong book in its own right. I have already bought some of the other books.

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  • anthony
  • 10-17-15

Historical snapshot - beautifully read

If you could sum up London Rain in three words, what would they be?

Historic, intriguing, enjoyable

What did you like best about this story?

Familiar characters again bought beautifully to life by Sandra duncan

What does Sandra Duncan bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Excellent range of accents and voices bring the characters to life - this is her 3rd book in this series and her enjoyment of the genre is obvious

Any additional comments?

A historic real event captured and surrounded in fiction makes this of particular interest

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  • Mas
  • 11-23-18

London Rain

I am sure it was goo, but I only received 1 chapter on my kindle.

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  • Miss Marple
  • 07-03-17

Great performance

Another great narration of an enthralling Josephine Tey mystery. Can't wait for the next one!

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  • Kirstine
  • 08-28-19

Imaginative story

This is the fourth book I've read/listened to in the series and it follows the same formula as the others: some crime detection mixed with a lot of delving into the relationships among the main characters. The present novel is set at the time of the coronation of George VI and involves the demise of the BBC broadcaster doing the important commentary on the event. It's an imaginative story and kept me listening to the surprising denouement near the end. As with the other books the last hour or so has over-wrought and over-long explanatory monologues.
The narrator is excellent employing her skills to produce a range of accents that helps one to keep track of the many characters.

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