The 5 Title C J Sansom CD Boxset

The 5 Title C J Sansom CD Boxset

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By (author) C. J. Sansom, Read by Anton Lesser

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  • Publisher: Macmillan Digital Audio
  • Format: CD-Audio
  • Dimensions: 107mm x 124mm x 72mm | 602g
  • Publication date: 15 October 2010
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0230756395
  • ISBN 13: 9780230756397
  • Sales rank: 64,194

Product description

Follow lawyer Matthew Shardlake as he battles through mystery, murder and court intrigue in Tudor England, in "Dissolution", "Dark Fire", "Sovereign", "Revelation" and "Heartstone". Praise for C.J. Sansom's "Shardlake" series: "A triumph of Tudor history and mystery". (Peter Kemp, "Sunday Times"). "He writes about the past as if it were the living present". (Colin Dexter). "This tense mystery is remarkable for its vivid recreation not only of a cruel and dangerous time, but also of the characters who inhabit it. It's here that audio scores, with Anton Lesser's enthralling voice conveying every nuance of Matthew's humanity". ("Observer"). "Evokes the sounds, smells, sights and mentality of the period with remarkable immediacy ...Anton Lesser performs with marvellous versatility". ("The Times").

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C. J. Sansom was educated at Birmingham University, where he took a BA and then a Ph.D. in history. He lives in Sussex.

Review quote

"'A triumph of Tudor history and mystery' Peter Kemp, Sunday Times 'He writes about the past as if it were the living present' Colin Dexter 'This tense mystery is remarkable for its vivid recreation not only of a cruel and dangerous time, but also of the characters who inhabit it. It's here that audio scores, with Anton Lesser's enthralling voice conveying every nuance of Matthew's humanity' Observer 'Evokes the sounds, smells, sights and mentality of the period with remarkable immediacy... Anton Lesser performs with marvellous versatility' The Times"