This book would ranks somewhere in the lower middle. I have really enjoyed this character in many of Ms Coutler's later books but for some reason I thought the plot was week.
I think this book was early in the series. So I feel Ms Coutler had not really developed her style fully for this character. If I read it when it first came out I think I would have a much higher opinion of it. In her later books these character are awesome and the plots are strong.
I enjoyed her performance. He is an excellent narrator. I haven't listen to her except in this series.
No I did not have an extreme reaction. Thought the story line dragged a bit.
I love a good mystery - this wasn't one. It was more romance novel than FBI thriller. I found myself rolling my eyes and muttering, "Really?" Way too sappy for me.
Audible addicted love mystery,lately stuck on love story. Mother of 1 Labrador and 1 perfect man. Work way too hard, and so ready to be retired
Yes I enjoy the voice that Susan do she is great
Yes love the different twist and turns and the Dillion Sherlock team
Dillion and Sherlock
I wish Susan would have read for all the books I would not hesitate to buy them all
I tend to speed read - get the whole story this way
Audible listener for MANY years. I love mysteries and spy novels, biographies, historical fiction, and many other things in between.
This book kept me both listening and wondering why I was still listening. The story was just intriguing enough that I stuck with it, but still found myself saying "oh please, really?, c'mon". I agree with others, WAY too many other good books out there to spend time (and money) on this one.
Reading has always been my guilty pleasure. I would take stacks of books from the library. Now I listen to Audible.
I loved the book, it gave me some answers since I had been listening to the series out of order.
A woman's voice doing Savage? NO, it doesn't work for me! I find it easier to listen to a man doing a woman's voice. There are only a few female narrators that can carry off the part of a strong male character. This narrator wasn't one of them.
I liked this book and found it entertaining and very good. It is a worth your time and money.
This was a big dissapointment. Read like a Mary Higgins Clark with sex and right wing politics thrown in. No plausible plot, no likeable characters and cartoonish villains.
A book lover with varied interests: history, political and technical and economic thrillers, mysteries, crime dramas, futuristic fantasy.
The Maze by Catherine Coulter was entertaining. I found the lead character enchanting. Lacy Sherlock, was smart, accomplished, sweet, and vulnerable. Her singular intention (to catch the serial killer who murdered her sister) motivated her every move. I got involved because for a while I could see things my character couldn't. I felt I had to look out for her; she was naive about some things. Though at times familiar, the storyline had enough twists and turns to keep the reader interested. The happy ending was somewhat disconcerting and just a bit corny. I gauge a book by its unputdownability . Generally speaking, this one was worth the investment of time.