Bruno, Chief of Police

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
April 2009
8 hours 20 minutes
Acclaimed journalist Martin Walker has written a New York Times Notable Book and a novel shortlisted for the Whitbread Book of the Year Prize. Bruno, Chief of Police is the first installment of a series starring BenoIt 'Bruno' CourrEges, the only cop stationed in a rural French village where tradition remains strong. '[A] timely whodunit . Walker deftly drives his plot toward a dark place where old sins breed fresh heartbreak.'-Publishers Weekly

Gripping drama couched in real historic events! Narrator very effective! Highly recommend! E. Longmire

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Love the story, add a beautiful locale, a dash of French history, a glug of fine wine, seasoned with local cuisine, then blend in a charming Fre nch policeman and you have a recipe for a fascinating novel. The narrator is excellent. and brings the story to life.

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Jennie C.

Entertaining story, love the historical bits, the culinary bits, the friendships. Captivated by Robert Ian Mackenzie’s narration.

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Barbara O.

The story was interesting - but I have to say the British accent on the narrator was distracting. A book set in France, read by a British narrator and listened to by an American - affreux!

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Melissa Moutsatsos

it was ok, a bit slow at times. I will listen to the second book though and give it another shot.

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Carol B.

A wonderful feeling for a small village in France conveyed. A very enjoyable listen. I will certainly be listening to all titles in the bookclub.

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Kenneth D.

Very enjoyable listen! Enjoyed the French setting, murder mystery, intrigue and a little romance thrown in. Easy listing for a Covid Walk!

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Arnold Orgolini

A wonderful tale of people having to make difficult decisions that we all face in our own lives. Well drawn characters and so believable.

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