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Madam, Will You Talk?

Autor: Mary Stewart
Sprecher: Emilia Fox
Spieldauer: 9 Std. und 6 Min.
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The pioneer of romantic suspense, Mary Stewart, leads listeners on a thrilling journey through a dangerous and deadly Provence in this tale perfect for fans of Agatha Christie and Barbara Pym.   

It sounds idyllic: a leisurely drive through the sun-drenched landscape of Provence. But Charity's dream holiday turns into a nightmare when she becomes embroiled in a sinister plot to kidnap a young boy. She soon finds herself in a deadly pursuit and must uncover whom to trust...and whom to fall for.   

Whenever I look back now on the strange and terrifying events of that holiday in Southern France, I remember the minutes I spent gazing at the golden arches of the Roman aqueduct over the Gardon...the last brief lull before the thunder.   

©1956 Mary Stewart (P)2018 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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The story is very suspenseful and told with a lot of humour. I had my problems with Emilia Fox, though. Normally I like her as a narrator, but this time I found the pace too awfully slow. Luckily the Audible app has a remedy for that (you can increase the speed step by step), but the app on the Apple Watch doesn't have this nifty feature, alas.