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An idyllic cruise, a longed-for holiday to the Greek islands, a carefully planed school reunion....In this first-ever collection of her short fiction, including a new Patrick Grant story, Margaret Yorke provides a virtuoso display of her ability to extract unease, fear, and evil from everyday situations.
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"Maureen O'Brien is perfection in her narration, maintaining the perfect note of British normalcy and upright civility as a counterpoint to utter insanity, weariness, and contempt. Author and reader are well matched in this audio." (AudioFile)

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Marvellous

A great collection of short stories mostly about crime/revenge. Well worth listening to. highly recommended

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Margaret Yorke is a splendid writer

An interesting collection of human nature inspired crime stories. I have been an admirer of Margaret Yorke for years. She writes of the ordinary person, caught in a situation which requires an action not of their choosing. Interesting writer. On a par with Agatha Christie. Recommended.