Lisa Scottoline knows how to make you care about what happens to her main character. It's a good book for listening. I listen on my car ride to work and it made the time pass quickly. The narrator was great.
I usually love Lisa Scottoline's books, especially those with Bennie Rosatto's law firm.. However, this book failed to entice me..It was choppy in places, and it really didn't meet her normal standard. It was also very short in length in comparison to her other books. I have been a fan of hers since I found audiobooks and with her print books before finding the joy of audiobooks. I hope her next publication in April turns out to be a much better listen. I would not say don't buy this book, just be ready for it not to be the best Scottoline book you ever listened to or read. It just lacks something..
The story line is a poorly done Stephanie Plum novel with barely likeable characters. Zany antics become shrill, supposedly smart women act too stupid to live, and by the end I was grateful it was over.
A reader from day 1 now a listener too! Remember honesty in a review does help you decide, even if you don't agree!
Having never read the author, and purchased after listening to the free excerpt, it was what was promised, a serviceable, interesting listen...not great, but good enough (especially after my last two clunkers!)to keep me interested and the annoyance level was minimal....I found the narration fine, the story had enough twists and turns to keep me going and it entertained! I might even listen to it again sometime...