Good storyline, enjoyed the early days of John Corey.
The final solution was great fun.
Scott is the ultimate reader, and his performance of any novel, especially DeMille's work, is always superlative.
John Corey, because he's John Corey.
Really looking forward to 'The Panther'
Clever title, great little short story. I have read all of Nelson deMille's books, and then listened to them as audio books again, just for the fun of it. John Corey is a great character, even though "The Book Case" presents him rather tame in his earlier years on the police force.
Everything, as always. Scott Brick IS John Corey,
He is an excellent writer, but this short story was not as fast moving or as intriguing as some of his other novels. I love the reader. Hope he continues to use him.
I'm currently listening to The Lions Game. Very good. So far I have enjoyed all of Nelson DeMille's books.
His voice and the way he acts out the character; makes it comical and serious when it needs to be.
Didn't love this one but I enjoyed the idea of a short read. I love the character "John Corey"
The sense of humor with DeMill's books make me want to keep reading more of his books.
Be it a long novel or short story DeMille time and time again captures my attention. This short story rates with my top listens.
John Corey’s wit and humor, it is like he says what we are thinking
I get the feeling Scott knows John Corey and they would have been great friends for a longtime. When he reads the story it is like he is telling what his friend is doing.
John Corey, a humorous smart a*& we all love
I find myself enjoying short stories more and more and this was a good story, nicely read by Scott Brick.
The story was shallow. It lacked substance
I think Scott is one of the best narrators and John Corey one of my favorite characters, but The Book Case has changed that
Dissappointment. I looked forwad to this prequel
I do not know if/how DeMille is going to recover from this missed opportunity
Classic Detective Corey
John Corey - Great wit and clear thought processes throughout - classic John Corey
Outstanding feel for the characters, especially the sarcasm of Detective Corey. I would have a hard time listening to another narrator try to portray him.
There were amazingly few characters in this short story, occurring in a book store over a few hours (only one female), so I would have to answer the dead guy's wife (I don't take guys out to dinner).
An excellent story, which can be read at any time in the John Corey series, as it occurs prior to his current story line. Might recommend this prior to beginning the series with Plum Island.
Although this was a short story and only a couple of hours long, it was typical John Corey. DeMille's Corey novels are one of my favorites and nobody could ever replace Scott Brick's reading of this series. I've listened to every one of the John Corey novels from audible.com and each one is a great as the next.
Another series which I love and is similar yet very different is The Retrieval Artist series by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.
Scott Brick is consistent in his reading of this character.
I liked the whole package. Nelson DeMille is one of my favorite authors and Scott Brick did a wonderful job of narrating the story.
This was my first audiobook and it was a great experience. I would highly recommend using audiobooks when you are flying. Great way to go.
This was a pleasant story with reminders of Raymond Chandler. An enjoyable tidbit with Scott Brick as the voice of John Corey, the Book Case serves an appetizer between Nelson DeMille's outstanding novels featuring the exploits of this brilliant detective and investigator. It was nice to have some pre-Asad Khalil history of John Corey.
John Corey, of course! The most unlikely un-PC detective in a PC world outsmarting the criminals.
Scott Brick is John Corey in voice. As a movie, any Corey novel would seem odd with any other voice.