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Perfectly narrated, this Inspector Wexford mystery baffles to the end.
A tangle of infatuation and disillusionment leads to a tragedy which justice cannot punish.
A fascinating study of bygone hopes for the future we now inhabit.
I liked it very much and listened to it almost non stop. The plot is far-fetched but Rendell pulls it off. Most of the characters are twisted and troubled, with Wexford and his partner having to make sense of the weird things they have done. It was fascinating to follow the trail along with them as they uncover the clues that eventually lead them to the sordid truth.
The narrator did an excellent job of giving voices to the various characters.
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What did you love best about Some Lie and Some Die?
Ruth Rendell keeps you guessing until the end, without cheating.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Always enjoy Chief Inspector Wexford. Very believable.
What does Nigel Anthony bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
don't know how he manages to 'do ' the voices.
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