I like Mccormick's voice but there may have been too many characters for her to keep up with. I'm listening to the series backwards and have been able to keep the characters separate in my mind and was able to follow along thanks to January Lavoy.
despite the lack of character voices I'd still recommend any of the books in the series or narrated by Mccormick.
This is a suspense filled mystery whose predominate characters are women. The story was excellent and very importantly too, it didn't bash the men and make them seem like fools. Also it contained no graphic sex. All in all this is the type of mystery I really enjoy.
It's well written, and keeps you interested. The performance is excellent. I didn't have a favorite character, I like Lindsay, Clare Yuki and Cindy equally. The story itself was a good one. I'm going to get the next one now.
Yes and I have, and will again. Each time a new book comes out I redo the whole series. Its like watching 10 years of a TV series at one long session. That's the only way to do it for me. Its so easy to see how each character has grown and developed into the right fit for the series.
Actually I can't think of one.
As usual she brings a certain life and personality to each character in the story. She is quite good.
The couple that wanted the baby had so much love for him.
This is another great book from James Patterson! Lindsay and the Women's Murder Club meets again to solve a series of crimes. Lindsay also finds out that she is pregnant with her first child.
Lindsay gets pregnant!
The different voices
Mediocre story by Patterson in the ongoing series of the Women's murder club. The production is annoying with sound effects and background music although the narrator is adequate. Story is actually interesting if the delivery wasn't so contrived. As I have said a million times, the stories always read like a screeenplay for television series.
I have always loved to read. As a child my mom actually grounded me from books if I was in trouble. Noone can do that now. Yay!
I keep buying the WMC books because I like the early novels in the series. And, I like the women. If you want a peek into what is happening in the lives of Lindsey and her friends then you will enjoy the book. But if you want an enthralling, gripping story as well as a probe into their personal stories you will be disappointed. The story is not riveting or spellbinding. It isn't gritty or dirty or dark. It is a bit bland and predictable. And it feels like shock-value writing rather than an arresting view of the dark and seedy underworld.