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Publisher's Summary

No death could have been more welcome than Evan Morgan's, or more fitting for the Welcome Home celebrations in the village of Llanddewi.
For Morgan had spent the war making money and enemies down in the Vale of Glamorgan with about equal facility. In fact, on the night, it seemed as if a whole posse of murderers had beaten a path to the door of the Manor House.
It is left to the ingenuity of Sir Richard Cherrington, an eminent but slightly eccentric archaeologist with a penchant for amateur detection on a visit from Cambridge, to solve this intricate puzzle of motives and alibis.
©1954 The Estate of Glyn Daniel (P)2106 Story Sound
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5 out of 5 stars
By Bailey on 02-10-17

Enjoyable listen!

I really liked the story and the storyteller. I plan to listen to the whole series.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Sararara on 08-24-17

If Dennis Wheatley did detectives

Tricky keeping a grip on all the characters however detailed period yarn. Great (obnoxious) main character, shame there were only two books written. Spent quite a time trying to guess how to spell all the Welsh words.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Ginger on 06-22-17

Overall enjoyable

The quality was variable. I would recommend this book to people who like an old fashioned crime story where the timing of phone calls, timetables, railway journeys etc are vital to the breaking or otherwise of alibis and are gone into in detail.

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