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  • The Bloomsbury Murder

  • By: Emily Organ
  • Narrated by: Sarah Nichols
  • Length: 4 hrs and 59 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Summary

When amateur sleuth Augusta Peel receives a mysterious letter about a missing young woman, she can’t resist helping with the search. But the case takes a turn when an art student is found dead in a Bloomsbury square.

Could the murder have something to do with Augusta’s investigation? The more questions she asks, the fewer answers she receives.

Someone’s hiding something. Has Augusta really got the time to discover what it is? She’s supposed to be running her new venture—a second-hand bookshop in Bloomsbury. Fortunately her wartime spy colleague, Detective Inspector Philip Fisher of Scotland Yard, is on hand to help.

A second murder piles on the pressure. For as long as secrets remain buried, young women are in danger …

©2022 Emily Organ (P)2022 Blackstone Publishing

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Where’s the characterisation? Dull, flat narration.

I tried to like this story but the reading was so flat, uninteresting and dull that I failed to find a anchor to enjoy and pull me in. I have thousands of audiobooks now so I know when I am going to click with a narrator or not and I don’t with this one. I have listened to the book twice and I can’t tell you what the story was about, I was just switched off by the story telling. This is go on the bookshelf’ and will stay there as there are so many other, more engaging books to listen to.