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.
It's very strange having a character in your mind from previous reads and then hearing somebody else's conception. I always saw Wesley as quieter and with a deeper, slower voice - basically like someone who has seen it all and doesn't get excited about anything anymore.
A fan of Cornwell Scarpetta books but I couldn't get past the narrator on this audio book. Wesley sounded like a goofball. Moreno sounded awful too. The narrator sounded like a smoker. I hate to be that critical of someone but I finally just quit listening.
The story is good for passing the time. And I love C J Critt's voice. Ever since the Stephanie Plumm series. It's soothing. So put on your big girl/boy pants and suck it up.
I'm very glad this is a continuing series as I greatly enjoyed it. I really liked the characters (with the exception of the niece Lucy who I wanted to smack) and it's nice to see a strong female protagonist. Moreno is also a wicked good character, just love him. The narrator was also excellent and she just heightened the suspense of the story.
C.J. Critt did a marvelous job with the voices. She made it entertaining and believable.
Kate Scarpetta - she a hard-working, driven woman who still find time for her irritating family.
I believe she does the Janet Ivanovich books. Two entirely different writers/books yet she seems at ease with both.
A WOMAN AT HOME ALONE IS IN SERIOUS DANGER