Audible has changed my life! Dry , itchy eyes were destroying one of my greatest pleasures - reading. Now I am experiencing books again!
I read this years ago and have kept up with this enjoyable series. This is a solid, if not spectacular, opening. The mystery is good, and Duncan Kincaid emerges as a very attractive and sympathetic Inspector. There's not the instant feeling that this would develop into the top-notch series it has become, but it is a worthy start. The narrator is adequate, with precise enunciation, but he fails to convey any real personality in the characters.
Deborah Crombie's Kincaid/James series is among the best. I hope the audio versions will improve with future entries.
Not really. I'd save my money for something more interesting.
I don't think so.
Yes, I suppose so.
Sorry I got it. Couldn't even really finish it.
Country Livin' Lady
Didn't read the print version so yes the audio version is better.
I always love it when it all pulls together in the end and you see all the clues so clearly. You think something isn't right from time to time but you don't always get it and I like when it all comes together.
I liked the way it was read The voice changed for different characters and the English accent was perfect. Easily understood and clear but the accent is a nice one.
Yes, but wasn't able to.
This is a nice listen with good characters, believable, and a methodical solve leading you to the somewhat exciting end.
Good plot, nice story. Good descriptive writing. Storey line Keeps you in suspense. I would read more from this author.
The story was so very slow... plodding even - then boom, here's the answer... like the author had to wrap everything up all at once.
I guess so. It was just ok - but worth listening to during my daily commute. It was not a book I listened to during "my" time.
I'll try the next in the series... but I'm in no rush to do so.
Not exciting at all.
I like it when the voices are different to where you can recognize each person.
Easy listen, enjoyable.
No but it was a decent story.
Very good. Will look for Michael Deehy again.
The story of A Share in Death is interesting and well told. But, the narrator, Michael Deehy's reading style is unnerving. Inflections (accents) seemed to be misplaced often (most often, it seems) on the first syllable. This creates a staccato effect. I had difficulty finishing the book.
Yes, unless Michael Deehy is the narrator.