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Jude Malta

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Wonderful

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Reviewed: 20-02-20

So beautifully told by Asian Phillips, this is a really delightful story and one I found I couldn’t stop listening to. Highly Recommended

Another Delightful Read

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Reviewed: 15-01-20

Such a clever story, with wonderful characters, beautifully read by Nicholas Rowe. I never tire of listening to this one.

Superior Story

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Reviewed: 05-01-20

I just love the way Phyllis Nash reads Heyer’s Regency novels. Arabella is an unusual heroin, being unschooled I the vagaries of fashionable society of the times, but a very quick learner. Delightful read.

Great Story

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Reviewed: 15-12-19

Eve Matheson reads beautifully. Each character comes alive making it difficult to stop listening. Thanks

Worth waiting for

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Reviewed: 13-12-19

A great story, more thoughtful with fewer physical moments, more appropriate to how he would now approach problems as he matures.

Terrific read

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Reviewed: 21-10-19

Once again Paul Doherty has got it right, brother Athelstan is facing even more complicated murders. I love the history. I just wish Doherty would write some more of the pilgrimage series.

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A Delight

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Reviewed: 17-10-19

Hugh Fraser was wonderful. So easy to listen to and each character was different, but not that different, just right.

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A great story

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Reviewed: 19-07-19

I really love the Cadfael stories and this is one of my favourites. Shame it isn’t unabridged but beautiful done by Sir Derek Jacobi, my one and only Cadfael.

A great twist on the Peasants’ Revolt

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Reviewed: 18-05-19

Wonderfully done as usual by Terry Wale, looking forward to the sequel, The Great Revolt. It’s wonderful how much history Paul Doherty has in his books.

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Very Clever Story

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Reviewed: 16-05-19

Very interesting, exciting and clever story. I love the way London is described while Athelstan ‘Items’ the clues. Terry Wale maintains all the voices each time he reads a Brother Athelstan mystery.