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I loved all four of the "Mistress of the Art of Death" books and really can't say enough wonderful things about them all. This one was different, as others have stated, and I felt a little thrown off by the change. As for the comments on Adelia's change in focus, I felt like she had decided that she wanted her life to take a different turn than she had been following.
But these books are what I think of as "re-reads" and I'll probably listen to all of them many more times.
Unfortunately, Ariana Franklin (Diana Norman) passed away in January 2011, which makes this book even more poignant. I don't cry over books, but I have to say the end of this one really broke my heart in more ways than one.
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I have listened to all four in the series so far. The first "Mistress in the Art of Death" was narrated by Rosalyn Landor. She did a wonderful job. When I saw the next two "Grave Goods" and "The Serpents Tale" had changed narrators ot one of my favorites Kate Reading. Every single narration I thought was done very well and Ariana Franklin writes a wonderful historical novel. This one "A Murderous Procession" had a new narrator Jill Tanner. I was a little skeptical at first, I did listen to the sample, and decided to purchase. I was very pleasantly surprised at how well the narration was done. I recommend all the books in the series. I know that some people get used to a certain narrator when a series is being read, and I really do understand. That is why I always try to listen to the sample Audible provides. .
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