A decent mystery brought down by the dumbest protagonist I've come across in a while. Not once, throughout the entire book, does he do anything plausible. The mystery kept me interested and listening, but the behavior of the characters was just painful.
The story was fine up until the disappointing and hard to believe ending. Scott Brick is great, as always.
I thought this book would be very fast pace and have lots of twists and turns. It did not the incident would happen and they would have to repeat it to the police and then to friends and it was like the same story is being told over and over and you just want to get on with the story. I am a real fan of this author but this is the Book I like the least
the story is an example of great writing and great reading. It held my interest although in a couple of places it was a little slow. It always rebounded with a Twist or a turn.
Long time fan of Scott Brick, but now I am also a fan of Coben. I did guess some of the ending, but no way to predict it all. Kept me entertained and interested all the way through.
It is hard to decide what I liked best because it was so good. The story line keep me 100% interested and the narration was amazing. Harlan Coben and Scott Brick make a good team.
It was similar to another HC book called Miracle Cure. They both had very surprise endings.
Yes. I must have listened to over 20 of his books. He is my favorite narrator. It is hard to compare because he always does a fantastic job. There are times when I feel he makes the book and it would be boring without him.
I was particularly moved when Mark found his child and was deciding on whether to keep her or let the adopted couple keep her.
This book held my interest 100% of the time. The twists and turns were brilliant.