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Lord James Harrington and the Christmas Mystery

Narrated by: David Thorpe
Length: 8 hrs and 11 mins
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It’s Christmas, and James and Beth are preparing for Harrington’s festive dinner and dance. This year, famous diva Olivia Dupre is singing; a wedding is taking place, and they’re hosting a reunion of PALs - ex-army comrades from the Great War. When Olivia falls ill and claims she’s been poisoned, James puts his sleuthing hat on. But things take a sinister turn when a further attack takes place.  

What secret is Major Carlton hiding? Who is writing evil poison-pen letters? What relevance does the discarded diary have? Join James and the Cavendish regulars as he battles to solve the crime and bring a ruthless killer to justice.

©2015 Lynn Florkiewicz (P)2018 Story Sound

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  • 24-03-2019

Just good fun

I am enjoying this series and will read the rest. Wonderful characters, storyline and a fantastic narrator.

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  • Paula McMullan
  • 09-12-2019

Good story, poor characterisation

Although the plot was a thoughtful one, it never really got going. The characters are so thinly drawn that I didn't grow to like or sympathise with any of them. The narrator did a great job though to inject some life into them.