AUDIO EXCERPTS

The New York Times says:
"Male readers, in my experience, have more trouble sounding like female characters than do females imitating men, and Brits, in general, are better at this than Americans. (An exception is the recent thriller "Inside Out," read by its author, Barry Eisler, who is also an exception to the rule that writers should not be allowed to publicly declaim their own prose.)"


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