I have always been a Greg Iles fan but the narrator was painful to listen to. His voice was good but his underlying New York accent was thick and his southern, female and Boston accents were all brutal. There were a few mispronunciations, and the volume was variable with the dialogue so it was hard to listen to. I read this years ago and don't remember most of the female characters seeming so vapid. Overall the plot was interesting and suspenseful, if quite improbable.
Yes! It was a good listen, great narration, good story
I haven't, but I will listen to more
if you like his books, this follows his formula. it's an enjoyable mystery, in line with his other writings.
Don't miss this riveting story masterfully narrated by Dick Hill. This author's best work, as well possibly Dicks best work as well!
I can't seem to get enough of his books. There are so many nuances and thrills to the end. I highly recommend anything he had written.
Could not stop listening! A 12 drive flew by listening to this novel! Excellent characters. A story line that kept me riveted.
Tell us about yourself! I enjoy diffrent authors. Some of my favs are the Ken Follett series, some suspense and mystery .
The narrator and the story line went together so well.
The plot was easy to follow, not too many characters with lots of twists and turns. Shows that greed is always present and people will do just about anything for money!
Alex of course! She was tenacious in her efforts to solve this mystery
It could be but I almost like to savor it so it doesn't end.
The narrator was awesome! Never been to New Orleans but his drawl sure sounded authentic and the voice transitions were excellent.