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Constable Evans joins Sergeant Watkins to follow a trail of clues that leads them to the South of England and then to France, and finally to the conclusion that a dangerous killer is loose in Llanfair, in Rhys Bowen's fourth Evan Evans mystery, Evan and Elle.

There is both excitement and dismay in Llanfair when a new French restaurant opens. The glamorous owner, Madame Yvette, tries to win over the locals, and everything seems to be going well until a string of fires plagues the town. One night the restaurant burns down, and a body is found in the rubble.

©2000 Rhys Bowen (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Hooray, the wait is over !

Another brill instalment in the life of Constable Evans. My addiction is growing !! Oh and Roger Clark's is as fab as always.

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  • 06-08-2020

Another great book in the series

The quirky Welsh village is back! Excellent story, well told by a wonderful narrator. More to come.

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  • Ali Elmes
  • 08-08-2020

More Evan Evans at last!!

I love this series and am really glad they’ve finally been released. Uncharacteristically, I think Roger Clark was not asas relaxed and natural as he has been in the previous books. It’s a bit stilted and sounds like he was instructed to overdo the Welsh accent. I was excited (!) to hear them going off to my hometown of Eastbourne even though he pronounced Lewes as ‘Loos’ instead of ‘Loo-iss’ but I guess no one is perfect!! Thoroughly enjoyed, thanks Audible - off to bag the next one!

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