Foyle’s had enough.

From’s audiobook forum:

I really enjoy anything read by Michael Jayston and Michael Kitchen. Both are marvelous. I’ve just listened to Jayston reading P. D. James’ “A Certain Justice” and it was marvelous. When he read the part of Winston Churchill in “They Speak for Themselves” you forgot it wasn’t Churchill himself reading. I recently heard Michael Kitchen reading Graham Greene’s “The End of the Affair” and it was very well done indeed. In an audio book, the narrator is as important as the author. If the voice is too low or too high pitched, it ruins the story for the listener. For those who haven’t heard Jayston or Kitchen, I suggest giving them a try.


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