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Following a string of successful performances along the west coast, the Moscardi Circus is travelling by train to Hexham on the Newcastle to Carlisle Railway for their next show. Yet a collision on the track causes pandemonium. 

When the headless body of a woman is discovered in nearby woodland, Inspector Colbeck is desperate to lend assistance, however a reluctant Superintendent Tallis forbids him from doing so. With the performers pointing fingers at both the competition and each other, the interference of locals concerned about the show's morality, and a planned takeover bid of the NCR, Colbeck has his work cut out trying to untangle the thread of events.

©2017 Edward Marston (P)2019 Soundings

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  • K J Boland
  • 09-06-2019

Poor compared with previous narrator

Confusing to listen to. The narrator is not up to the standard of previous narrators (Sam Dastor), Voices get confused; London detectives have a North Eastern accent.

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