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A London policeman and his highly-educated wife investigate a series of murders involving members of Parliament.
©1991 Anne Perry (P)2006 Recorded Books,LLC
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4 out of 5 stars
By Kazren on 13-08-11

Davinia Porter - the reader

This woman does such a remarkable job with all these Anne Perry Thomas & Charlotte Pitt books, I just have to write a comment. The author spends more time in this series of her books than in others reading expressions and tone of voice in the characters the Point-of-View character is studying, and Davinia has a way of capturing all of that. She is rather remarkable in her talent, and her voice is very pleasant, taking on different tones and accents for the characters. I really enjoy her reading, which is more like acting, of these books and I intend on going through the entire series, they are so well done.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Katherine H on 21-09-10

Not enough titles

What a little gem, Bethlehem Road is! Not only an easy and enjoyable listen, but it historically presents an authentic picture of the early struggles of the Suffragette movement and the pathetic conditions that women lived under. Can we please have some more of Inspector Pitt titles to choose from and in the unabridged format?

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