The ninth in the Euphemia Martins series of historical murder mysteries by Caroline Dunford, which follows Euphemia’s escapades in the women's suffrage movement. Euphemia is glad to leave London - but before long she finds herself mixed up in another nefarious situation when a body is found burned to death on a country estate.... It's up to Euphemia and her friends and employers the Staplefords to get to the bottom of things.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
Not read by Karen Cass
Would you try another book written by Caroline Dunford or narrated by Colleen Prendergast?
This version is not read by Karen Cass as the previous books have been and it suffers in quality because of this.
Caroline Dunford writes brilliant books but the narrator did not bring the characters to life as Karen Cass did on the previous books.
How could the performance have been better?
Each character sounded very similar
Was A Death by Arson worth the listening time?
Caroline Dunford books are always worth listening to but please bring Karen Cass back for any future books.
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