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Summary

Eighteen fifty-nine, St. Mary’s Church, Sponden. A little girl playing hide-and-seek jumps into a freshly dug grave to find a dead man already occupying it.

It is the body of Cecile Norton, a senior director of the Midland Railway. Inspector Colbeck and Sergeant Leeming travel to Derbyshire to investigate.

©2015 Edward Marston (P)2016 Story Sound

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Very dull,lacking animation
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Spoilt by poor narration

Once again we have a book that whilst it may be a good story, is spoilt by the narration. So it is hard work to listen to. Its not just the modulation, tone and pitch that are poor! but there is very little distinction between the different characters. So, at times it is difficult to tell which character is speaking.
I am starting to think it isn't worth being a member as now I'm not allowed to return books I have no intention of finishing

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  • JOHN
  • 07-07-17

HOLDS YOUR ATTENTION

Edward Marstens railway detective stories are always a go to collection. I listen to the stories all night, and they always hold my attention and keep involved in the plots.

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