I absolutely love this type of book. Just when you thought that the "who dunnit" was an easy match , you are driven to examine the details . The reader was excellent and made the drama continue without putting the listener to sleep. The storyline is top notch , the characters believable and I couldn't wait until the next chapter.
The book was so good and the ending so surprising that I had to return to the epilogue to claim its veracity . And what an ending , its not like most reads where you have everything figured out early . then the finish makes you say,"please continue this ,don't stop there."
Alex does it again. Just when you think you know who-dun-it, she surprises you. I couldn't wait for my next drive (yes, I listen in the car). Maggie is a great character, can hardly wait until her next book. The narrator was a great choice too.
I can be fooled once into finishing a book expecting it to be worth my time, but I can't be fooled twice.
A ,mystery is supposed to keep you guessing for at least a little while. This book told me who the bad guy was in the first 30 minutes. I kept listening because I couldn't believe it would be that bad and that it would surprise me in the end. It didn't.
The narration was horrid, sounding like there was an echo most of the time. I kept waiting for that to go away. It didn't.
Don't waste your credit.
The story contained cut-out characters from small town mysteries 101. The book failed to maintain my interest. I am so happy with the $4.95 try the first of a series sale. I only blew 5 bucks on this book.
This book is way too complicated. The narrator’s style of reading does not inspire me to continue to listen. I have yet to get to the end of the book. The book is written as if the reader has some experience in the medical field or law enforcement. I did not like this book.