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It was fun to catch up with the ongoing drama among all the various characters in this installment though there was not much mystery in the plot. Listened to the audio version which was read by Lisette Lecat who always does a great job.
Better than the first in the series, or perhaps, now having been to Botswana, the images are more vivid and the relationships more culturally nuanced. The parallelism is a bit thick, but I was entertained. Audiobook narrator Lisette Lecat does a lovely job of differentiating characters not only by v...
In this entry the detective agency gets some competition from a male detective. Probably even less mystery plot than the previous books but a pleasant audio listen read by Lisette Lecat.
This is for the audio version. This is a powerful book and Lisette Lecat mostly reads it well and clearly, but she never met an r she didn't want to roll, or a t she didn't want to hit like a nail, and sometimes the extremely careful and thorough pronunciation of. ev. ery. sin. gle. syll. a. ble. i...