Tuesday, February 06, 2007
END IN TEARS by Ruth Rendell, read by John Lee
Lee’s reading of Rendell’s twentieth novel about Inspector Wexford draws the listener into the story. The mystery centers around the relationship between the murders of two teenaged girls, one a recent mother and the other recently pregnant. Lee’s use of silence, of pace, of even his ever-precise diction manages always to make the story intriguing.
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