But is the murderer really sat around the table, and can Erast Fandorin discover his or her identity before Gauche? As more passengers are murdered and Leviathan heads towards Calcutta, Fandorin needs all his investigative skills to find the truth. Boris Akunin's latest thriller again transports the reader back to the late 19th century. In Leviathan, he pays homage to Agatha Christie with a cast of characters and plot which grips you from the first page.
©1998 Boris Akunin; (P)2004 Orion Publishing Group Ltd
Audible stories make me smile on the rainy days when I walk the dog, peal the veg, or am faced with a long lonely car drive.
Not quite as good as the Turkish Gambit, but still warrants five stars - Erast Fandorin is the perfect gentleman detective - and William Hootkins narates the story in just the right way to keep you listening to every word.
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