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We're in the post-WWII era now, but the victim's family refuses to admit that times have changed. What hasn't changed is the delightful back-and-forth between Campion and his curmudgeonly upwardly-mobile gentleman's gentleman, Lug. Introduces a new member of the police whom I hope we meet again. As usual, Thorpe brings the disparate cast of characters brilliantly to life.
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This is one of my favorite books, full of color and character and plot. The narrator seems to be having as much fun burrowing into these wonderful characters as I have every time
If you could sum up More Work for the Undertaker in three words, what would they be?
In my view only, one of the best Albert Campion Story's totally spoiled by the reading
What other book might you compare More Work for the Undertaker to, and why?
Would you be willing to try another one of David Thorpe’s performances?
I have already purchased another Albert Campion by this reader as it is another favourite. I should have waited!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not really, the whole book just sort of carries you off on the merry-go-round of strange characters
Any additional comments?
Sorry but I will have to stick with the abridged version which was very well read by Philip Franks
4 of 7 people found this review helpful
loved it all campion series is so good .brilliantly penned. golden age authors are great
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