Max Tudor
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  • 1
    Wicked Autumn: A Max Tudor Novel | G. M. Malliet

    Wicked Autumn: A Max Tudor Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 9 mins)
    • By G. M. Malliet
    • Narrated By Michael Page
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    Max Tudor has adapted well to his post as vicar of St. Edwold's in the idyllic village of Nether Monkslip. The quiet village seems the perfect home for Max, who has fled a harrowing past as an MI5 agent. But this new-found serenity is quickly shattered when the highly vocal and unpopular president of the Women's Institute turns up dead at the Harvest Fayre. The death looks like an accident, but Max's training as a former agent kicks in, and before long he suspects foul play.

    More tea vicar?

    Very enjoyable mystery with well developed characters and plot. Excellent story telling, very entertaining listen.

    Reviewed on 07 July 2016 by Sandra Oxley ()
  • 2
    A Fatal Winter: Max Tudor, Book 2 | G. M. Malliet

    A Fatal Winter: Max Tudor, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By G. M. Malliet
    • Narrated By Michael Page
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    In A Fatal Winter, Max Tudor - Anglican priest, former MI5 agent, and village heartthrob - investigates two deaths at Chedrow Castle. But his growing attraction to Awena Owen complicates his case, as does the recent arrival at Chedrow Castle of a raucous group of long-lost, greedy relatives, any one of whom has a motive for murder. With a cozy setting, intricate puzzles, and a handsome (non-celibate) priest doing the sleuthing, the books in this series are destined to become instant classics in the mystery world.

    A gentle murder!

    Although several murders take place it remains a gentle story with eccentric characters on every page. Every church should have a vicar like the hero ..Show More »

    Reviewed on 11 August 2016 by Mrs J M Sewell (Ampthill UK)
  • 3
    Pagan Spring: A Max Tudor Novel, Book 3 | G. M. Malliet

    Pagan Spring: A Max Tudor Novel, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By G. M. Malliet
    • Narrated By Michael Page
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    Vicar Max Tudor, reveling in his new-found personal happiness with Awena Owen, feels that life at the moment holds no greater challenge than writing his Easter sermon. With Awena away, he looks forward to a dinner that includes newcomers to the village like West End dramatist Thaddeus Bottle and his downtrodden wife Melinda. But when one of the dinner guests is found dead in the pre-dawn hours, Max knows a poisonous atmosphere has once again enveloped his perfect village of Nether Monkslip.

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  • 4
    A Demon Summer: A Max Tudor Mystery, Book 4 | G.M. Malliet

    A Demon Summer: A Max Tudor Mystery, Book 4

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 55 mins)
    • By G.M. Malliet
    • Narrated By Michael Page
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    The powerful Lord complains loudly to the local bishop, who asks Father Max Tudor, vicar of Nether Monkslip and former MI5 agent, to investigate. Just as Max comes to believe the poisoning was accidental, a body is discovered in the cloister well. Can Max Tudor solve the case and restore order in time to attend his own nuptials?

    Cozy in the extreme!

    The increased number of anachronistic Aamericanisms in this, the fourth, in the series is beginning to jar, however.

    Reviewed on 23 August 2016 by Debbie Slater ()
  • 5
    The Haunted Season: A Max Tudor Mystery | G. M. Malliet

    The Haunted Season: A Max Tudor Mystery

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By G. M. Malliet
    • Narrated By Michael Page
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Lord and Lady Baaden-Boomethistle have been in residence for some weeks now, and the villagers are hoping for a return to the good old days, when the lord of the manor sprinkled benefits across the village like fairy dust. Father Max Tudor's invitation to dinner at the Hall comes as a welcome novelty; it will be his first time meeting the famous family that once held sway in the area.

    Nowhere near the quality of the last books

    The last few chapters are very poor. All told as exposition and totally unbelievable. Although I enjoyed the other books, I would not recommend purcha..Show More »

    Reviewed on 23 December 2015 by Verity ()