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Summary

It’s a busy time of the year for Lord James Harrington and his wife, Beth - there’s the Michaelmas Fair in the village to enjoy. But matters take a sinister turn when the body of the founder of the Jolly Madrigals singing group is discovered after the Fair. James’ friend DCI George Lane is in charge of the investigation, but as further murders occur, he grows increasingly baffled. James and George are convinced that a single killer is responsible for these deaths. But what could possibly connect the victims? With dogged determination, James delves into his own past for clues - and is shocked at what he learns.

©2020 Lynn Florkiewicz (P)2020 Soundings

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Loved it, I love listening to Lord Harrington murder mystery's they always have great characters in them.

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Absolutely dreadful,

Avoid this audiobook.

The characters are poorly crafted and the whole scenario is a plastic facsimile of rural England written by an author who has no knowledge of the country.

The narrator is wooden although he may be doing the best with the material provided to him.

In the past we used to be able to return audible books, but this seems to be no longer possible. I would return this one if I could and will make sure I never buy another one written by this author.