I like everything about this series. I like the relationship between Holmes and Russell and like how the writer develops the stories. Jenny Sterlin is to be commended for her ability to tell the story. For me it's as if I were there to breathe the wonderful clean air...
Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes in San Francisco traveling back to Russell's past, who did that to her family? Feng shui? No less beautiful background speaks volumes of author's relationship with the land
The very best book I have listen to in a long time!! I have enjoyed every one of the books in this series but this is truly the best.
Enjoying the whole Russell/Holmes series by Laurie King. This is my favorite so far. Suspenseful, well-plotted, rich historical setting and, best of all, backstory of Mary Russell's childhood.
Book met all my expectations. The story line was particularly interesting as I am very familiar with San Francisco. Narrator does, as always, an excellent job aside from her inability to really imitate a non-English accent convincingly.
I have truly enjoyed this series by LRK and Locked Rooms is the best yet. I especially enjoyed the telling from Holmes perspective. The author's interjecting Dashell Hammit (sp?) into the plot a superb twist. Don't pass this book buy. It's well worth the money and time. Jenny Sterlin's narrative talent was brilliant as always.
These books are my guilty pleasure. Narration is fantastic, and this story line was complex enough to hold my interest. The switch off to third person was a bit jarring, but otherwise, up to the high standards I have come to expect.
Amoureux de livre
Always love this series; never disappoints . Getting ready for the next book. The narrator has a lovely quality to her voice and her character voices are excellent.
I continue to enjoy the Mary Russell series, with each story having its own twists and turns. This particular story absolutely caught and captivated me. I'm not sure whether it was the San Francisco setting, or the personal nature of this being about Mary's family, but this is quite possibly my favorite so far in the series.