Thursday, June 21, 2012

Entombed, by Linda Fairstein (on CD)

Interesting, if a bit of a potboiler, about a team of two police detectives and a DA in New York investigating a series of women who have been attacked and/or raped over a long period of time, as well as trying to figure out who bricked up a woman in the basement of a brownstone. The cases are not related, but one of them revolved around Edgar A. Poe, his stories and his biography. Fun, though a bit cheesy at times. However, it was read by Barbara Rosenblatt, who remains the best female narrator in my opinion, with no one else being even close.

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