Library Ed. Recorded Books/Clipper 2010
CD ISBN 9781456119690 $123.75 Fifteen CDs
DD ISBN multiple sources
A devastating accusation, a crippling accident, and a lengthy prison sentence leave once successful Wolf Hadda with nothing but Alva, a diligent court-appointed psychiatrist, and an overwhelming anger. Upon release from prison, Wolf sets out to right the wrongs done to him. In a departure from his Dalziel and Pascoe series, Reginald Hill offers a complex, utterly engrossing stand-alone novel with the strange, magical undertones of a fairy tale. There are some narrators’ voices that insist you listen. Jonathan Keeble has such a voice. From his first words, listeners are caught and held, whether he’s delivering Wolf’s fierce journal entries, Wolf's exchanges with Alva, action-packed moments of terror, or bits of dazzling dialogue. Keeble is chilling in his narration of Hill’s literate psychological novel. S.J.H. © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2011]
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