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I have been fairly lucky over the course of my reading career in that I have seldom been faced with main characters that I genuinely dislike. Normally Iím able to find at least one redeeming feature about each character. Lady Ophelia Lyttleton did not succeed in breaking that record, but she was bothersome enough that it was a close thing.


One of the best things about listening to new audio versions of older books is becoming reacquainted with stories I read many more years ago than I care to count! Georgette Heyerís The Corinthian is not a title Iíve re-read over the years, so coming back to it in audio was almost like experiencing a new book. And a terrific experience it was!


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