Although the coroner finds nothing suspicious about elderly Emily Simpson's death, many suspect murder and the investigation preceeds with Sergeant Troy stumbling blindly over clues and Chief Inspector Barnaby picking up the pieces
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Graham won the Macavity Award, for Best First Mystery of 1988, for The Killings at Badger's Drift. The Inspector Barnarby mysteries have been made into a television series (the "Midsomer Murders") and broadcast on both British and American TV.From AudioFile:
Although octogenarian Miss Simpson's death seems a natural one, her closest friend believes otherwise. DCI Barnaby investigates. Hugh Ross does a marvelous job with the narration! The accents and tone of voice are perfect for each character. Without missing a beat, he slips easily from Miss Simpson's cultured speech to the affectations of the local undertaker and his domineering mother. Through Graham's text, Ross easily puts us in the middle of a small village. An engaging reader, and one to search out. D.M.W.An AUDIOFILE Earphones Award winner. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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