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Lecturers having it away with students, witches’ sabbaths on the sand dunes, a body buried under a statue in the gardens, and a fresh rash of killings. All is not well at Holm Coultram College. While Sergeant Pascoe rekindles an old flame on the staff, Superintendent Dalziel, branded a “fascist pig”, smiles with satisfaction. If that’s how they want to play it…

©2011 Reginald Hill (P)2011 Harper Collins

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  • Joanna
  • Gingins, Switzerland
  • 02-06-12

Wonderful narrator of a beautifully written novel

Having read reviews of other narrators reading Reginald Hill novels, I was delighted to see that Warren Clarke narrates some of them.
My delight continued as I started to listen to his voice, sometimes Dalziel, sometimes himself, with a variety of accents for other characters. Clarke does a great Scottish accent!
The quality of the writing is brought to life by Hill, making 'An Advancement of Learning' much more than simply a clever 'whodunnit'.
I shall be buying any Hill audiobook read by Clarke.

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