A Cure for All Diseases

Author(s): Reginald Hill
Series: Dalziel and Pascoe Series No: 24
Genre: Mystery
Imprint: Clipper Audio
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (15.87 hours)
Product Number: Z01431
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781461814351
Narrator/s: Jonathan Keeble
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Having earned the genre's highest honors, including the coveted Diamond Dagger Award, Reginald Hill has built a reputation for impeccable crime stories. Recovering from wounds received during a terrorist attack, Andy Dalziel is happy enough to be resting at a quiet seaside resort. But when a local real estate mogul is knocked off, Dalziel calls in DCI?Peter Pascoe to investigate.


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A Cure for All Diseases
Product Number: BX00038270
Product Number:Z01431
Product Number:CP533

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Author(s): Reginald Hill
Narrator(s): Jonathan Keeble
Genre: Mystery
Product Number CP533
Released: Jul 30, 2009
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781440735998

Professional reviews

"When we last heard from Superintendent Dalziel (aka The Fat Man), he had suffered serious injuries from a terrorist bomb blast. Now he's convalescing in Sandytown, a seaside resort. But a murder is committed, and DCI Peter Pascoe is called in to investigate. The Fat Man, though officially off duty, finds a way to involve himself in the case. Jonathan Keeble voices Dalziel with a deep, gravelly voice and a thick Yorkshire accent. He is less successful with the other voices, especially the female characters--one of which, Charlotte Heywood, plays a prominent part through emails to her sister. Still, Keeble delivers the humorous parts perfectly, and the tone and tempo match the writing. Fans of the series will especially enjoy this. S.S.R. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"