Every one states that her books are so good. I might try other.
It the story was ok. I really didnt know who did it and what was going to happen. but it draged a lot. It took me forever to listen to the whole thing I keep on getting another book and the going back to it. All it really was a mistery to it nothing more.
I might recommend this book to a friend -depending on the friend.
This is my first perfeormance by Mr. Crossley. I found his accent difficult to understand at times and I had to rewind and re-listen often.
Extremely creep and VERY timely- strikes a chord with our world economic situation-I absolutely loved this book and I listened to it twice! I highly recommend it if you like psch thrillers- lots of atmosphere
I can see how the story could happen anywhere
loved the description of the Spains' relationship
First entrance into the Spain house
I hated the neighbors
THIS NARRATOR IS FANTASTIC !!!! Please use him again!
In the top 5.
Clearly the Chief Investigating officer, but his colleague, Cassie, is an intriguing second.
I loved his accent, of course, but it is more than that. He seemed to 'breathe' himself into the characters.
If you like Henning Mankell, I think you will like this author as well.
This book is right up there among my favorite audiobooks. I read it a few years back, recalled that I enjoyed it, and found that it was just as good if not better in audio format.
As one of Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad series, I have to compare it to the others in the series. I'd say that the story in this one is near the top of the list, whereas the character development in this one, while certainly engaging, ranks behind The Likeness.
I enjoyed the interactions between Cassie and Rob. There were several scones that conveyed a lively sense of trust and easy friendship. These were really enjoyable and drew me right into the aspect of the plot having to do with their relationship.
No, but it's a rare book that will elicit that strong of a reaction in me.
Yes definitely. It's purely captivating.
The characters are so relatable. I loved everything about this novel.
Steven Crossley is absolutely amazing. Riveting performance. I couldn't stop listening, partly in due to Steven. I want him to read all of my books to me. I'm not kidding.
As I previously stated before, most definitely yes!
I'm still thinking about this wonderful book long after I've finished it. Can't wait to get the next novel and hear more of Cassie's side.
I liked how the old and new mysteries played off of each other.
This was my second time reading the book, and I was fascinated to see how the various twists and turns led to (or didn't lead to) the conclusion. Hard to put down.
Fascinating, refreshing, engrossing
Complex murder mystery, exploring multiple facets of the police psyche as well as the criminal. Well worth the listen, the story pulls you in and keeps you waiting for the next revelation. It has a good narrator, making for a good listen even in complicated areas of the story. The end was a trifle weak and yet it was a skillfully drawn ending, matching the degradation of a character.
Irish murder mystery minus the pubs
I will be listening to the rest of French's novels. Her writing is worth dipping back into. She is quite the storyteller.
I judge a book by how I feel about the characters. I came to like a nd understand Cassie and Ryan. I will be listening to the next book in the series. The story line was believable and well drawn out. The performance was quite good.
The development of the main characters. I felt like they were people that I knew.
When Cassie and Ryan slept togethtper and he realized the mistake and it cost them their friendship.
No but those are very rare
no, I don't listen to books twice
The beginning, the event that caused it all.
Very easy listening