In Winter's Exile the Mystery Man is exiled to the country to recover and recuperate from his injuries. Inevitably, there is no escaping the war. When the son of the local Squire is found dying within hours of a German bomber crashing in a nearby field Guy Winter is suddenly back in his element. However, what initially looks to be a an open and shut, tame whodunit, soon takes on new and sinister proportions as the Mystery Man finds himself in the middle of what seems like a long-running family feud in a rural backwater that, despite appearances, is anything but divorced from the brutal realities of the war.
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Winter in The Countryside
I enjoyed the continuing story of Guy his family and aquanticed with the backdrop of wartime Uk and all that meant for communities and individuals. I enjoyed being out in the sticks with the squire and all that. It I did miss the atmosphere of being in London. So many wartime stories are set in London that it feels like a personality in its own right.
Melanie is a very classy narrator and is very well suited to this series. She purrs along like a Rolls Royce but can easily bring in deep emotion and passion. I listen to books because Melanie is the narrator.
No I wanted to savour it rather than binge.
Great series- a firm favourite.
What I enjoyed most about this story was that we got to see more Of Guy Winters as the family man and not just the Mystery Man. I feel that he has grown as a character and for me he is much more likeable in this book.
I enjoyed the role his daughter played in this story. She played a key role in the investigations and kept a cool head in difficult situations.
Her involvement marks a shift in the way women have typically contributed to Guy Winter's investigations. Up to this point women within Guy's world have chiefly been useful for sex. Their role amounted to reporting back intelligence gleaned from pillow talk with the men they had been sent out to spy on.
I love historical fiction and the fact that this series is set during the second World War makes it much more interesting. It is the perfect backdrop for the spying game and an endless source of suspense and intrigue.
Yes, I have listened to the series so far and the narration is consistently excellent. I know what to expect when I see Melanie's name on a production and I wouldn't hesitate to make a purchase safe in the knowledge that her narration is not going to disappoint.
Yes, I would have listened to this book in one sitting if I had been able to. It is a story that I will go back and listen to again.
I was gifted a copy and I have voluntarily written a review.
- Inishowen Cailin