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Journalist Rona Parish travels to the quaint village of Buckford to write about the town and its unusual inhabitants, but she uncovers more than she bargained for after the local eccentric, Edna Rosebury, turns up dead and Rona is attacked.
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The tiny village of Buckford is about to celebrate its 800th anniversary. Journalist Rona Parish decides to do a slightly out-of-the-ordinary piece, which focuses more on human interest than on historical facts. When she interviews some of the eccentric local residents, skeletons begin tumbling out of their closets. A man in jail for murder may not be a murderer. The death of an old woman may not be from natural causes. Narrator Jacqueline Tong's voice is smooth, and her timing and accents are impeccable. Tong's performance reflects an understanding of human nature that complements Anthea Fraser's splendid assortment of complex characters. Rona's parents, her artist husband, her twin sister, and the people she meets in Buckford all combine to provide something considerably more than the traditional British cozy. S.J.H. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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