When young Louise disappears without a trace on the way home from choir practice in her cozy village, her jealous, violent brother Malcolm becomes the center of Detective March's inquiry
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Margaret Yorke was awarded the 1999 Cartier Diamond Dagger. She has been Chairman of the CWA and is a member of the Detection Club. She is the author of over 40 novels and numerous short stories.From AudioFile:
A well-to-do couple's grown daughter disappears one night on the way home from choir practice. Right away you suspect the jealous and criminally inclined older adopted brother; all clues point that way--or do they? The case remains unsolved for years, and, in a way, this is more a study of the toll this tragedy takes on the family and their friends than a murder mystery. It is a well-done psychological study. David Collins has a fine and pleasant voice. He creates a personality for each character and, whether anxious, stern, or kindly, keeps them all right on the money. This adds greatly to the enjoyment of listening. You come to know and understand each member of the cast very well. D.G. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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