Rourke was an unbelievable jerk throughout this entire book. I love his character in all the previous books but he was a chest thumping boor the entire time. Bring back the suave dude we've all come to love!
I have read these books in order to this point. Good meaty stories. Fun as well. Detail oriented without being trendy. This narrator is elegant and colorful..
Always after books that read well in the tractor!
This one really got to me at the end, it tugged on the heartstrings.
I enjoyed the plot greatly, and did not see the ending coming at all.
Great addition to series!
ROURKE, love his IRISH accent and mysteriousness about him
Susan Ericksen does a great job with all her characters, she started this book off a little slow but it picked up as the book moved on. Many readers commented about the Peabody character and I had braced myself it wouldn't sound like Peabody, but I thought she still held true to her character.
Absolutely. Every mystery keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what unfolds.
Yes, both with the case and with Eve's personal life. I love listening to how Eve and her husband and friends deal with the cases together. The dynamic is fascinating and well developed.
Her incredibly talented performances. Even at book 11, I am always so impressed with this narrator. The author continues to add characters, and Susan Ericksen has a unique and always fitting voice for every character. She never messes up. When I read, I unknowingly give characters a certain voice in my head, and Susan Ericksen does this for you. It makes the books that much more enjoyable. I am so thankful she is the narrator for this series and hope she is until the very last book.
The narrator Susan Ericksen is amazing..
Any book in the Series so far, this is #11
Susan makes the characters come alive. Each story is so unique.
This series has me completely hooked...I listen and re-listen.. The characters are very likable and I find myself laughing out loud sometimes. I hope she keeps writing
With Roarke owning almost everything thing in New York it is no surprise that the strip club call Purgatory is owned by him. But a murder of a cop in Purgatory does not look good for him. Dallas finds herself trying to find out why a cop was murder when another cop is killed. The question comes up if they where killed because they know something or is it because they are dirty. With the help of her team and Roarke they must solve the murders of these cops before another is killed. J. D. Robb and Susan Ericksen have done other winner. There is few writers and narrator combinations that are suited for each other, that make the story leap off the drawing board and creates a new world for the listener to walk in too.