- The List
- 23 April 2007
Stef Penney The Tenderness of Wolves Set in the wilds of Canada during the 1860s, a man has been brutally murdered while a 17-year-old boy disappears. Siobhan Redmond reads this romance/thriller. Quercus.
Alan Bennett Triple Bill If something was ever made for audiobooks, it’s the soothing tones of the iconic playwright. Three plays are here with Patricia Routledge also involved. BBC.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche Half of a Yellow Sun Adjoa Andoh reads this Richard and Judy-friendly tale set against the backdrop of the Biafran War. HarperCollins.
Dickie Bird Best of Dickie Bird A compilation of the legendary cricket umpire’s memories of test match jiggery pokery and leg before wicket mayhem. Hodder & Stoughton.
Voltaire Candide Andrew Sachs lends his voice to the unabridged story with a naïve protagonist whose view that ‘all is for the best in this, the best of all possible worlds’ is put to the test. CSA Word.