A Blunt Instrument

By Georgette Heyer

This is the 3rd or 4th time I’ve read this, so I knew “whodunnit” from the beginning. I can still appreciate the cleverness of the puzzle and enjoyed coming across the clues along the way. There was one really big one about in the middle. I listened to this one and loved Neville and Sally even more than when reading it. Neville is really one of a kind in the Heyer pantheon. I wish he had more interaction with “Ichabod” Glass. Ulli Birve did a fine job. It did get a little tedious, because Hawthorne and Hannasyde kept repeating and repeating the sequence of events and the time problem ad nauseum. If I had read it rather than listened to it, It would have been beyond tiresome. **3 stars out of 5**

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