Martha Grimes read by Tim Curry: The Old Silent

Short cuts to well told endings of British crime novels don’t usually work. They leave out the localized, linguistic pulp of English thought. And it is thought not plot that makes a novel so very relentlessly English.

Tim Curry’s reading resonates with localized, idiomatic, parochial, inherited sense, regionality, territoriality.

Listen up. Tim Curry turns this abridgement into an exception.