Wed Sep 15, 2004
Leave the Grave Green by Deborah Crumb. Narrated by Christopher Kay.
Clipper Audio. c2001. Bland, unexciting, English pudding: a boy-inspector, his prissy girl partner, a murder and a family. The plot is overboiled, the storytelling unremarkable. But there are some fascinating droplets toward the end: the respectable chief inspector, wiley, well heeled, unflappable is charmed (?and fucked) by a pretty girl-suspect. The pissy little sargeant likewise attaches to a beautiful blonde suspect: and in a typically [menstruated] bureaucratic sublimation moves from panic to anger to resentment in 5 seconds…. “Having seen that Tommy had not stuck his head in the oven, she felt irrationally anger at him for making her worry….”
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