Retired Political Science professor from a community college. Especially like Legal Thrillers.
i enjoy John's Quinn series, however they all seem to be made from the same mold. Overall a good listen with some interesting twists.
Fast moving and a typical Lutz story, but for the excessive gore I like the action Kind of wish the odd victim would be spared
Good story well read. Scott Brick is a excellent narrator. I have really enjoyed the series so far. Give it a listen
I could not turn it off. Very good book! I never wanted my drive home to end.....I love this series!
I finished it because I felt I had to. I really found it predictable.
Read his first. This lacked a surprise ending.
I would try to avoid a Scott Brick book.
Tom Selleck as Quinn~John Goodman as his partner~
He seems to end most sentences with a gasp. Once noticed this is very distracting (like trying to guess if he's going to do it this sentence, or is it influenced by consonants or vowels, etc.).
I was very lonely as a teen and books were my escape. Thanks to my father who introduced me to the love of reading.
John Lutz first book in the series had me on the edge of my seat! I love Frank Quinn series but this one lacked for a better word an imaginative ending. The thought of a madman dismembering his victims would send chills down anyone spine. I did rate the book overall a good score because of the thought and detail that went into the storyline but for me personally the ending was kind of what I expected with a feeling of unfinished storyline on the killers side. The audio is "graphic" just to inform those who may not like that type of book like I do. I will be purchasing the next in the series this book didn't disappoint just unfinished to me.
John Lutz has the best twists in his books. I am really enjoying this series. I never want to get out my car and Scott, as always does a marvelous job with narrating. John is moving up the list of my favorite authors, Gillian Flynn and John Grisham. I'm looking forward to finishing this series an reading some of his other work.
With Lotsa Love from gaz regn
I'd recommend this book to ayone who might enjoy what seemed to me to e a parody of a hard-boiled cop vs serial killer story. The conversations were cynical beyond belief, and there are character inconsistencies throughout the book.
The story was fast paced and filled with tension, even though I found myself laughing out lous at some of the things that were said. I'm paraphrasing here, but there was one sentence that went something like, "She was average looking, but if she managed to grow much older in this lousy world of ours, there was a chance she'd be pretty one day."
Why is this world of ours so lousy? I don't know, but every character in this book seemed to agree with that premise.
And veryone in this book is also jaded; they all hate each other; they are tired of life, and none of them treats anyone else with even a modicum of respect. Still though, they are so over the top, they made me laugh, so . . .
Scott Brick did a great job of differentiating the characters, simply be giving each one of them a distinct accent and/or speech pattern. and he also gave me the impression that he was aware of how over the top this book is, so he read it with so much attitude that I swear I could see him laughing all the way home from the studio.
Despite everything I hated about this book, it kept me riveted to the story, and I've no doubt that I'll sample atr least one more of Lutz's books
Great story, well told and lots suspense.
Yes if they hadn't bought any other books featuring Quinn but as for buying more of them I'd tell them to keep in mind the phrase "a distinction without a difference".
Pearl Krasner's mother
Lutz's books featuring Detective Quinn are a good read or listen if you limit yourself to one. I won't be buying any more of them. If I have to listen how Federman's sleeve becomes unbuttoned and his fashion sense once again I'll go mad. The same descriptions of the main characters are used over and over again and remain unchanged in other books. The same repetitive plot as well: the villain is transformed into a serial killer by an earlier experience and must re-enact it and make it a contest against Quinn. I enjoyed the first book but then tedium set in, so no more for me.