In a thick Australian accent, narrator David Tredinnick begins Keneally’s inquiry into how the remnants of Napoleon’s largess end up in New South Wales among the family goods of Betsy Balcombe. How did they get to Australia, and how were the Balcombes associated with the French emperor? The story un... more »
Since Tana French's marvelous Dublin Murder Squad novels have different protagonists, it makes sense that their audio versions are handled by different actors. In the newest entry, Hilda Fay gives a keenly considered performance in the voice of Antoinette Conway, the much-harassed only woman on the ... more »
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