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on 8 December 2016
Excellent
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on 16 April 2014
An unusual cd, as it devotes a good deal of content to biographical details about the author. The actual stories are enjoyable and quite up to Ms Marsh's usual standard. I like to listen to the audio cds over again a few times; my only gripe with this particular set is that, though the details of Ms Marsh's life are undoubtedly interesting, you wouldn't want to hear them over and over again, therefore a lot of spinning forward is required, just to hear the stories over.
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on 30 June 2014
Took a lot longer to arrive than similar items that I've ordered and when it arrived the packaging was nowhere near as good as other times and the cover of the CD was bent and creased. Not impressed by the company at al.
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on 18 June 2014
Have listened to other Inspector Alleyn mysteries but not so keen on these stories. Think I prefer a longer ones.
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on 30 September 2016
This is a bit scrappy. Some of the stories can hardly be called stories at all.. It feels a bit like scraping the bottom of the barrel to come up with something, apart from Death on the Air, which is an Alleyn mystery. Having said that, the reader is perfect, especially in one long ramble where she has to keep changing characters every few seconds.
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on 12 July 2013
Once again a brilliant period book that is far better in pace and plot than the TV versions
The book maintains a sinister feel that builds up the story effectively
Escapism from the computer with an old fashioned read
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on 12 August 2009
As always, Ngaio Marsh hits the spot. If you like the full-length Alleyn stories, you'll love these bite-sized titbits. Well-plotted as always, but with an element of fun.
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