I would say that this is one of the best books ever.....
I would recommend this book to many people friends.
narration was great.
I love James Patterson. I was so disgusted by this narrators voice that it ruined the story for me. Aside from the voice I thought the story line to be confusing. One minute you thought the story was about the killer, then he dissappeared and it was about the women officer and her wants and needs and then it was about the "murder club" filled with "women of power". I hated listening to this book, it was personally a waste of my time. Then at the end where her "Lover" died was just too much.
Ron Mclarty could have done a better job as a women than Suzanne. Sorry Suzanne, your voice reminded me of someone who smokes 2 packs of cigarettes a day, so trying to think of you as sexy and having sex totally did not do anything for me except ruin this whole story for me.
I was very pleased with this first book in this series. I had to order the second one to see if its just as good. Havent got to start it yet though.
The ending is what surprised me- cant say no more.
The person who is the killer or maybe is the killer, who knows? Read and find out for yourself
No laughing or crying, just suspense.
I had to read this in my car at times. I had to see what would happen next.
I enjoy detective stories and this one did not disappoint. The is the first of the Women's Murder Club I have read.
I liked the twists and turns of James Patterson's story the best. You could guess, but never really know what would happen next.
Ms Toren's ability to perform the various characters with just the right amount of drama made this audible book suspenseful and believeable
I was totally surprised by the end of the book.
If you like mysteries, you will like this one.
This was my first Patterson book to "read". I know, I'm a little late to the party on this, but at least I finally got started.
I found the story to be well-written, easy to follow, and easy to start and stop. (I listened to this over a weekend while traveling).
Characters were believable and and the story was plausible. The narrator did a great job with intonation and switching character voices throughout.
I was impressed with the book and plan to read another once I see one on sale. :-)
I recommend it, if you are on the fence about trying it out. Try it!
Fortunately I didn't start the series with this book; if I had I would have missed the entertainment of the rest of the series.Usually the first in a series is a standout and the rest try to live up to expectations. Not so in this case. Due to random circumstances, this was the fourth book in the series that I listened to, . Since I liked the ones that I had listened to so far in the series, I thought I should review the beginning to see if I had missed any inside information. Patterson must have gotten a consultant after this one, because as I said, "I would have stopped right here if it had been my first experience with the series".The premise of the plot is ok, but the glaring oversights, of these "top of their field" professionals, to facilitate the late identification of the perpetrator is most frustrating. Like Kevin Costner in JFK, I kept saying "Ask the question!" or "Do your job!". The plot twist at the end feels entirely contrived to prolong the pain and possibly redeem the story, but the scenarios presented in the body of the plot don't support it. It feels tacked-on out of desperation.The human interest inserts could have come straight from a Harlequin Romance. Close to pornography and totally irrelevant to the story, this aspect has been really toned down in the succeeding books.The over the top man-hating women's lib subplot was distracting and often disgusting. This was also toned down substantially in the rest of the series that I have read so far. I did find this aspect interesting from a purley analytical point of view, and somewhat conflicting, because all of the principles had obviously benefited from Affirmative Action to get where they were. That is, promoted over others with more experience and demonstrated competency. According to the prevelent philosophy presented as undeniable fact in this book, all of the male management chain including those that had promoted these women to their current positions and supported their careers, are evil and stupid, how does that work? This aspect of the book was a major irrelevent distraction.If you have a burning need to read the first of the series then go ahead. You will want to have your finger on the fast-forward button because it does help and you won't miss anything except Oh Oh Oh, and all men are stupid and evil. There is no carry-over information from this book that adds anything to the rest of the series.I recommend, "Give it a Pass".
This review does not reflect on her. She does an admirable job of presenting a substandard piece of work.
Yes. I multi task when listening and lose some of the story so know I would pick up things I missed.
I enjoyed the full read. Easy to listen to.
No it was split up over a couple days while driving.
My husband is not a reader and does not enjoy books. He is now hooked on audible and is always wanting to discuss the stories even before I have gotten to them. Makes me excited that he is loving literature.
character driven mystery
sexual violence is difficult to read. Characters were dynamic though. It's a toss up.
I love James Patterson's Alex Cross. Now, I love the Women's Murder Club as well!
when I understood the title of the book
when the final reveal takes place
made me laugh and also cry
recommend it highly
Suprise, Suprise, Suprise
The bad guy. Can't think of his name because I am into another book. Sorry
I am new to Audile books and love them.