I'm a truck driver that loves Audible! It is a wonderful way to "read" all the books I want to, with out having to stop working!
I love mysteries and this wasn't too bad as a mystery. The writer put a lot of tech and scientific lingo in the story, which didn't bother me much, but it might for others. Since this was written around the beginning of the computer age for regular consumers, it was interesting to hear the early lingo. The story line wasn't too bad and it kept me interested and entertained. The entertaining part was how the writer incorporated the struggles of women in a man's world back in the late 80s. It was a book that put me back in time when DNA testing was just coming out. The computer age was just beginning, and people could still smoke in buildings. If there is another one, I'll listen an then make a decision if it's worth investing my time into another series.
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I have had a love/hate relationship with the Scarpetta series over time. Patricia Cornwell is a gifted writer and very knowledgeable, yet there are some titles in the series that were next to impossible to get through. It was enjoyable to remember how great the early titles and plots were.
Kate Reading should always be the narrator.
The book may have been better than the recorded version. The performance was one of the worst I have heard; I have more than a hundred Audible books in my collection.