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Restored to her former state of health (and determination), Lady Cecelia goes in search of fresh bloodstock - she's had enough of politics. But once again she manages to put herself - and Heris Serrano - at the point where lightning will strike. This time it's invasion from the neighboring empire: The Benignity of the Compassionate Hand. Heris is only a civilian now, with a space yacht - what can she do in the face of a full-scale fleet of warships? But she is also a Serrano - born to lead.

Performed by: Andy Clemence, Colleen Delany, David Coyne, Dylan Lynch, Elisabeth Demery, James Konicek, Ken Jackson, Lily Beacon, Michael Glenn, Michael John Casey, Mort Shelby, Nanette Savard, Peter Stray, Richard Rohan, Sunny Lasskey, Tess Rohan, Thomas Penny, and MB Van Dorn  

©1995 Elizabeth Moon (P)2021 Graphic Audio LLC

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The plot thickens

There are so many sub plots to this book the dramatisation plays them out well
The characters can be a little stiff at times.