"Weeping" is an arson investigator's term, as well as the usual state that befalls a fire's grief-stricken survivors. So it's with some surprise and suspicion that New York arson investigator Fritillary "Tilly" Quilter meets the seemingly unconcerned Faith Browning, whose sister Dorsey has just burned to death in their family home. When Faith puts in a quick claim without giving the insurance company a chance to look around, the company calls Tilly. Tilly teams up with the arson pro Isaak "Ike" Blessing, and together they must sift through the ashes to find the truth. Written by a real-life private eye and fire investigator, Weeping is fueled by technical authority, lively characters, and stylish prose.
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"Fritillary "Tilly" Quilter and arson expert Isaac "Ike" Blessing investigate a suspicious claim submitted by Faith Browning after her sister dies in a fire. Anna Fields gives engaging enthusiasm to the voice of tell-it-like-it-is New Yorker Tilly and capably finds voices for the various other imaginative characters. Fields captures Tilly's thoughts and actions as the arson case unfolds and successfully portrays the nuances of the growing relationship between Tilly, the talented beginner, and Ike, the veteran professional. Fields's narration is sensitive, well paced, and fun. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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