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When a woman drowns on the grounds of a royal estate, Sergeant Keen Dunliffe of the city of Leeds, England, faces a public relations nightmare. Dunliffe, known for his bad temper and rebelliousness, is likely to get into trouble before his investigation is finished.
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Lee Wood, author of Kingdom of Lies, is also a science-fiction writer. She currently lives abroad.From AudioFile:
When a historian is drowned at a royal estate in West Yorkshire, complications ensue for Sergeant Keen Dunliffe. He falls in love with Professor Jillie Waltham, the drowned woman's American colleague, and pursues the inquiry when he's told to stop. Listeners have much to enjoy in this planned series. It's the reading as much as the writing that delights. Ralph Cosham offers a superb range of accents and characterizations, excelling at voices as different as those of a Yorkshire copper and an educated American woman. The distinctions he makes among the British upper crust educate listeners as they entertain. Between conversations, his narration moves smoothly and reliably. This is a pleasure with the promise of more. A.C.S. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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