When a death at the big house is announced to the village of Compton Dando, few people are surprised, as "The Golden Windhorse" is home to some new-age oddballs. When the coroner deems the death an accident, it is something of a disappointment. But then another death is reported.
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Dubbed by the Sunday Times as, 'Simply the best detective writer since Agatha Christie' and by the Yorkshire Post as 'the most underrated British crime writer', Caroline Graham is the author of eight Inspector Barnaby novels.From AudioFile:
Critics place Caroline Graham among writers of classic mysteries like Agatha Christie. But this story is so dense with rich characterizations as to seem a new genre. Graham nests her murder plots in gentle social satire; this one pokes affectionate fun at the fringes of mysticism and New Age cults. But her characters are not stereotypes; each flawed and foolish one finds a different way to tug at the reader's heartstrings. Hugh Ross's performance adds luster to an already sparkling book. His narration sounds delightfully spontaneous, and his mildly exaggerated vocal characterizations (including a bravura turn as the Valkyric cello-playing priestess) perfectly match the author's style. Wonderfully written, wonderfully read! S.P. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Descripción Headline Book Publishing, 1993. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110747239746