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Murder in Tarsis

Dragonlance Classics, Book 1
Narrated by: Donald Corren
Length: 8 hrs and 7 mins
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Summary

Who killed Ambassador Bloodarrow?

When the Lord of Tarsis finds himself with a politically volatile murder on his hands, he turns to the three most expendable inhabitants of the city of a solution. A mercenary, a poet-assassin, and a thief might not be everyone's first choice for detectives. But they find they're quite good at bringing murderers to justice.

Perhaps a little too good....

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  • Brandon
  • 26-01-15

Amusing enough

Would you listen to Murder in Tarsis again? Why?

I might listen to it again - it was a nice and short and was a good break from reading whole trilogies. It seems like they could bring these characters back in another storyline and if they did I might refresh myself with this book. Although it doesn't seem likely with the amount of time that has passed.

What does Donald Corren bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Donald Corren does a good job of voicing the characters - most are distinct and he has a nice range of voices to use.

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  • elboogie
  • 29-11-18

Entertaining

This was a particularly interesting tale. The first Dragonlance novel I've read that played out like a mystery.