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The sudden death of Guy Brouard after his morning swim shocks the residents of Guernsey. A generous patron and benefactor of the island since his arrival there a decade ago, his demise puts a question mark over many cherished projects.
When a young American woman is charged with the murder, her brother seeks help from the only contact he has in the UK - Deborah St James. Deborah is horrified to find that her old friend has been arrested and persuades her husband Simon to accompany her to Guernsey to avert this miscarriage of justice. There they find a tangled web of deceit and betrayal, with its origins in wartime occupation. In solving the crime, they must rely on their long-standing friendship with Inspector Lynley; they must also learn painful lessons about loyalty and trust, and the loving tyranny of family ties.
©2003 Elizabeth George (P)2004 ISIS Publishing Ltd
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By Ina on 11-01-12

Great Story

Not difficult to be utterly taken by Elizabeth George - she is one of the best crime novel writers ever. And I really appreciate the audio productions of her books hence would be delighted to find the earlier E. George novels (that I have all read) soon as audio books. I surely would buy them all!

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By Trine on 08-17-14

Boring, depressing and too long

What does Michael Tudor Barnes bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

He is fabulous at changing voice and dialect to match the characters without making them sound unnatural. Without him I wouldn't have made it to the end.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The confession.

Any additional comments?

The plot would have been OK had I been able to find more sympathy for the main character and had the depressing moods of every single person not dragged on and on.

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