Library Ed. DH Audio
CS ISBN $15.95 Two cassettes
Nobody wants us to understand these stories. They are told as anecdotes. They are rushed. They are cut down to miniature mysteries. They are frenzied and unsettling. They did want us to hear Daniel Massey and his many voices and dialects. He is good. He is a perfect Hercule Poirot, a prissy schoolmarm, an effusive Russian. There is too much dialogue, too much speed and too much emphasis on Daniel Massey. J.P. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN 92]
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