Narrator Jayne Entwistle's sweet, flexible voice transforms as needed from bubbly, young American or gruff, old American to self-effacing German and passing Brit in this fifth outing for amateur sleuth Henrietta and her police inspector husband, Clive Howard, in 1930s Chicago. In the midst of investigating a thieving spiritualist, Clive and Henrietta agree to help Gunther, a German immigrant who has fled Nazi Germany and is trying to find a former acquaintance. When they locate her in a nefarious mental asylum, the case grows ever more complicated, particularly because Henrietta's young sister, Elsie, has fallen for Gunther. Entwistle narrates in a steady voice that is colored with sympathy for the characters and an ability to highlight the story's mix of romance and adventure. A.C.S. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: JANUARY 2021]
Digital Download Michelle Cox 2020
DD ISBN $24.95
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