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Vienna Blood

Narrated by: Richard Burnip
Series: The Liebermann Papers, Book 2
Length: 14 hrs and 32 mins
4.2 out of 5 stars (37 ratings)

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Summary

Winter in Vienna, 1902: a serial killer embarks upon a bizarre campaign of murder. In this second volume of the Liebermann Papers, Liebermann struggles with his own demons, against a backdrop of mystery and terror.
©2006 Frank Tallis (P)2007 Oakhill Publishing Ltd

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Would you try another book written by Frank Tallis or narrated by Richard Burnip?

Not for some time,

What was most disappointing about Frank Tallis’s story?

i could not get past the first few "pages" , no matter how hard i tried,

How could the performance have been better?

the performance was ok,

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i listened to the first book in the series, liked it and hoped the second one would be even better. Unfortunately, it was not.Different story lines were unrelated and crime descriptions were violent and too detailed...

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Vienna Blood

An atmospheric ,clever and addictive novel.Beautifully read one of my favorite listens of the year.

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A great listen if you read a Thesaurus with your tea.

Sadly, this should have been an entertaining listen but totally ruined by the authors needs to use too many extremely long words. I completely lost the flow and understanding of the story due to referring to a dictionary too frequently to look up ridiculous words used. The author should have used “Perspicacity” when writing such useless words!! They really didn’t add anything other than complementing the many boring sections also detailed. I managed to get to the end as I hate not finishing any books, but that’s time I’ll never get back.