Narrator Sean Runnette's low-key storytelling style suits the wry finesse of Handler's unlikely sleuth, Stewart Hoag--an author whose bucolic haven is shattered first by blackmail and then by a decapitated rooster and a bludgeoned actor. When the murder puts the kibosh on Act 2 of a performance designed to rescue a classic village theater filled with hundreds of East and West Coast celebs, Runnette's shift from his mild character into Katharine Hepburn mimicry is a delight. The reflections of the New York City author working with the country cops are conveyed with wit and compassion by Runnette, who seems to revel in the Handler's sleight-of-tongue style. D.P.D. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2018]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2018
DD ISBN 9780062882530 $20.99
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