This could be a good book. I'm not quite sure. As many said, the narration is soooo bad it is making me feel like I'm listening to Nora Roberts, not Harlan Coben. If Frank Mueller (I know he's deceased) had narrated this book, it would have been a completely different experience.
Bless her heart, her voices for the males are ridiculous making them seem very cliche (or is it the book)? I felt like her voice as the lead character was okay but now, even that is getting annoying. I can finish it. I can't stand to waste a credit (although I have). However, I can't wait for this to end.
Normally I like Harlan Coben, but "Caught" just didn't work for me. The red-herring laced plot is led by a major market TV investigative reporter who seems to function with a journalism intern's mentality. As unbelievable as this main character may be, Carrington MacDuffie does a fine job portraying her. Unfortunately, while Ms MacDuffie does female and young male voices well, her adult males, who appear often within book, leave much to be desired. The end result was that listening to Caught was more of a chore than a pleasure.