Messenger of Truth [Audiobook Review]

Title: Messenger of Truth
Author: Jaqueline Winspear
Narrator: Orlagh Cassidy
Genre: Historical Mystery
Pages: 336
Audio: 11,2 hours
Year: 2006
Publisher: Audio Renaissance
Source: Library
Book Rating: 4/5
Audio Rating: 4.5/5

Summary:

Maisie’s newest client is a woman convinced her twin brother’s accidental death was no accident. This books take Maisie into the London art world, from artists to buyers to galleries. Messenger of Truth also brings us to the Great Depression, which we see though Maisie’s unique persepective.

My Thoughts:

Once again, Winspear has created an engrossing story filled with odd characters and unexpected twists. Although I still think that sometimes these stories wrap up a little too conveniently (seriously, the way the “bad guy” was caught this time was a little ridiculous), I continue to enjoy Maisie’s adventures.

Audiobook Thoughts:

Cassidy continues to do a fantastic job with this series.

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