A winner of the Crime Writers’ Association of Great Britain’s Lifetime Achievement Award, Robert Barnard has been, for decades, one of the leading lights in British crime fiction, and an author with a large following in the U.S. and around the globe as well. For this episode in our podcast series he reads the poignant “Rogues’ Gallery,” from the March 2003 EQMM.
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