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Lost in the mists of the Romney Marsh, Angela Marchmont stumbles upon the body of a woman whose face has been disfigured - presumably to prevent recognition. Who is she, and what was she doing out there in the middle of nowhere? The search for answers will take Angela from a grand stately home to London's most fashionable - and disreputable - nightclub, and into a murky world of illegal drinking, jazz music, and lost souls.

©2014 Clara Benson (P)2017 Clara Benson

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  • mary
  • NY, NY, United States
  • 11-09-17

More please

I like this author. She's smart and civilized and writes somewhat unusual and surprising mysteries. I found conflicting information on the internet about her - these books are either written during the period and not published until now, or they are written today. This voice is so authentically a voice from 20's or 30's England - not any of the showing off that, say, Elizabeth George does to show how Brit she is when she actually lives in I think Texas. I'd like to think the Benson books are once lost treasures. At any rate, I see there are a great number of "Clara Benson" books published, but only 4 here on audible. I do hope more will be recorded.

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  • 10-14-17

The riddle at gipsys mile

Reading a little stiff voice inflection to bland and would be better without constant he said she said throughout voice sounds as if trying to sound superior thought the narrationn

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