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Midwinter of the Spirit (MP3)
Merrily Watkins #2
Written by:
Phil Rickman 
Read by:
Emma Powell 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
16 hours 29 minutes 
MP3 size:
716 MB 
October 01 2021 
Available Date:
October 01 2021 
Age Category:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Mystery 
Bolinda audio 
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GBP£ 18.98
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Midwinter of the Spirit is the second instalment in the Merrily Watkins series from highly acclaimed author, Phil Rickman.

Diocesan Exorcist – a job viewed by the Church of England with such extreme suspicion that they changed the name. It's Deliverance Consultant now. Still, it seems no job for a woman. But when the Bishop offers it to Merrily Watkins – parish priest and single mum – she's in no position to refuse. It starts badly for Merrily and gets no easier. As an early winter slices through the old city of Hereford, a body is found in the River Wye, an ancient church is desecrated and signs of evil appear in the cathedral itself, where the tomb of a medieval saint lies in pieces.

'Ancient history, violent deaths, feuds, intrigues and murder. A most original sleuth.'
The Times

'A thriller that calms spirits both quick and dead. Rich with shivers.'
The Guardian

'First rate crime with demons that go bump in the night.'
Daily Mail

'Emma Powell narrates the second installment of this long-running mystery series featuring Reverend Merrily Watkins. Newly appointed as exorcist for the Church of England's Delivery Ministry in Herefordshire, Merrily faces opposition from clergy, parishioners, and her teenage daughter, Jane. After an unsettling experience with a dying man, Merrily suspects supernatural forces are at work. Powell's nuanced performance anchors her characterization of the reverend. Her well-paced engagement with the novel's spiritual and religious elements enhances its moody atmosphere. Distinctive portrayals of secondary and tertiary characters – from earnest Jane to dreamy-sounding archaeologist Katherine Moon – create immersion. While this audiobook is part of a series, it is also engaging as a stand-alone listening experience.'
AudioFile Magazine