The twists in the plot
Sam Kovac - just seemed like a guy who had a lot to give if he could just meet the right person and was willing to go the distance to do the right thing.
Not sure. He did have a pleasant voice and did well with the different characterization.
I had a range of emotions but didn't laugh or cry.
Thi book has made me want to explore more of Tami Hoag's books.
This book was better than a 3, but not as good as a 4. I finished it with no problem. It was interesting with some plot twists...that's a good thing. I think what pushed it towards the 3 was the sheer number of villains and the volume of "bad acts." It just got to be a bit much.
I can't tell you what the book was like - couldn't make it past the mind numbing boring narrator. I love her books, but just couldn't listen to this one. May just have to read it!
I try not to get so sucked into a book, but this one did just that. Could not wait to get into my car to see what was going to happen next and to figure out who did what. Interesting characters. And, contrary to someone's comments about the narrator, I thought it was very well narrated.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the excellent naration made it even better. In many cases, I felt the narator was almost acting out the parts. It made it very easy to know what was going on and to enjoy the uniqueness of each of the main characters. The book has many twists and turns that keep you going until the very end. I highly recommend this book.
The story is a bit gruesome, but the plot is carefully crafted so that your suspicions about the true perp are teased right up until the climax. A bit too much of the tough cop talk, yet the book is entertaining, well written, and enjoyable.