Least: the writing became so broken and redundant with the constant 'he said', I had to take a break. I don't know if it was the writing or narration, but it got to where all I was hearing was 'he said'. It did improve as the book progressed and sentences became more descriptive, but it was difficult for the first 1/3 of the book.
I liked her better in the first book. She made the main female character sound so weak and whiny and the little girl was also whiny. I was so frustrated with this after the first book. It was like fingernails on a chalkboard. I had to give my ears a break and listen to a different book. Generally, I like Kirsten Potter's voice, just not so much this time.
I couldn't wait to listen to the 2nd in the series, but this book gives me pause in ordering the 3rd. I do love the lead detective but plan to listen to another book before considering purchasing it. I will have to read some other reviews before I decide.
I really loved this story. easy listening. narrative very into character. rite amout of gore, sex & jest. happy I fell upon Tami Hoag & look forward to listening to more from her.
Liked the first, this one as well. I've read the reviews on the 3rd and doesn't sound so good. Then again, "One man's trash ....." so I'll give it a go. Everyone is so happy and in love or on the way to it in this one it will take a jump to carry on. Of course maybe someone else can give attempted murder a shot. Poor Ann. Not a negative since I really enjoyed the book but Ann keeps getting in these spots.
All mysteries all the time, that's what I read. I joined Audible when I started having a long commute. Now I listen everywhere!
I pretty much figured who the killer was fairly close to the start of the book. However, a lot of twists and turns did make me wonder, so it was still suspenseful and a good listen. I'm going to get the next book in the trilogy, but hoping it's not about Dennis Farman.