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The Midnight Peacock

The Sinclair’s Mysteries, Book 4
Narrated by: Jessica Preddy
Series: The Sinclair's Mysteries, Book 4
Length: 7 hrs and 41 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 8-10
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You are cordially invited to Sinclair’s Midnight Peacock Ball! 

The festive season has come to Sinclair’s, and Sophie and Lil are spending the holidays at snowy Winter Hall. But it turns out that this is no ordinary house party....

As sinister secrets come to light, our intrepid heroines find themselves faced with a more baffling mystery than ever before! With the help of their friends, can they uncover the truth in time to foil a truly diabolical plot? Or will Mr Sinclair’s New Year’s Eve Midnight Peacock Ball spell disaster for the dauntless young detectives? 

Prepare for shocks and surprises in the thrilling conclusion to the Sinclair’s Mysteries!

©2017 Katherine Woodfine (P)2018 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • 09-24-19

Narration lets it down

This series is great - soem of the terms used seem very Amnerican (I don't know if the audiobook was read from a version edited for an American market or if those are the terms the author chose) but on the whole it's v ery nicely done, full of engaging characters and an intriguing ongoing storyline.

The narrator... Lets it down a bit. Most of her accents are OK but some of them are AWFUL. That would be forgivable if her timing and intonation were better, and she learned to include the written puntuation in how she reads the text. Also, she has a tendency to default to American pronunciation, rather than English for a number of words, and it is jarring enough to disrupt the flow.