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It's a Novella, 3 1/2 hours of listening time, but Rickman managed to get in a lot of what I enjoy about the Merrily Watkins series. There's more of an obviously supernatural strand in this particular story about a house in a modern housing development, built in the mid 20th century by an architect who had a dispute with the former owner of the land.
Merrily is called in to investigate complaints by the wife of the pair who currently own the house and finds herself caught up with Facebook, a gory death in the past, and the house that is at the middle of it.
I enjoyed listening to it although I missed the length, plot and character that Rickman usually has in his stories.
The narrator, Emma Powell, is as usual splendid.
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Has all the ingredients that make the other Merrily books great character studies and ghostly wanderings....only shorter.
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