My turn; are you ready Audible world?
but still pretty good. I generally like most of the Jesse Stone mystery series novels and though this one would've been better with James Naughton as the narrator it was pretty good. It had all the normal shortcomings of of RBP novels; aka all the he said, she said, Jesse saids at the end of sentences. Plus all of Jesse's soliloquies pertaining to his drinking and the constant back and forth of Jesse and his ex-wife Jen that are the bane of the series. Oh, and one more thing, Harry 'Suitcase' Simpson was an outfielder with four American League teams; none of them the Red Sox, in the 1950's. Since none of the book's characters were supposed to have been alive in the 1950's it's unlikely that Luther Simpson would been given that nickname. It's much far likely that he would have been christened with O J or the Juice; although post double murder perhaps not. The situation with the mob boss strains credulity somewhat but that's a minor point. Jesse's way of responding straight forwardly to life and the law is inspiring; his combination of machismo and sensitivity an example to us all; well worth the credit.
The narration is very true to the feel of the series, particularly the main character.
Story is involving and interesting, the outcome is believable and not intelligence insulting.
Not too bad.
The change, and there is one, in Molly.
The cat on Jesse's lap.
A real step forward in the Jesse Stone series.
I like the new author, lets see if he can do it again.