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My favorite audio book so far
I couldn't stop listening.
Kirsten Potter does a great job of narrating the story without overacting.
I am listening to a second Lisa Gardner book and have a third (narrated by Kirsten Potter) on my wish list.
"I'm going to be murdered in four days." That got D. D. Warren's attention! As a Boston homicide detective, Warren is not typically called upon to prevent a murder, but that's the request made of her by a mysterious stranger.
Fast-paced suspenseful story, unfolded in small pieces that the reader can fit together. As more pieces are added, the puzzle has to be rearranged again and again. Just when it all seems clear -- something new! This is the kind of storytelling that appeals to folks who like to figure out "whodunnit" before being told.
The narrator's speaking voice is pleasant, and she enunciates clearly. However, she read two major characters so similarly that I often couldn't tell them apart. When I finally caught on to who was speaking, I wished I could "turn back a page or two" to review what she had said and what it meant.
Having heard one D. D. Warren short story, and then this novel, I'm definitely interested enough in Lisa Gardner's writing to seek out more in this series.
Up on top, but then I usually like all the books I listen to while I listen to them, that's why I listen!
It kept me pretty much ingrossed in the book, and when I couldn't listen to it, I wanted to get back to it.
yes, I wanted to, but couldn't as it was longer than I could hear in one day.
I enjoyed it so much, I brought her newest book
I had to finish the last five chapter sitting in front of the office.
Suspense, emotion, and intrigue
This is the first 'long-story' I've listened to by Lisa Gardner. My first experience was a short story which I did not like at all. I only listened to this novel because I had already purchased it. Boy, am I thankful I did. This book is filled with suspense and intrigue combined with huge doses of many emotions. I've already bought additional novels by Ms. Gardner because I enjoyed this one so much.
The fact that it is unpredictable.
I thought that the reader for this book was incredible. She made the story even more interesting.
I think I like the parts when Charlie is working as the 911 disbatch officer. It made her seem real and caring
The book made me tense. Like I wanted to get in there and help her.
This book was an unexpected surprise with a phenomenal reader. I am not sure what made me choose it but I am glad that I did.
Love audio books and Audible. I like not having to stop a story because I've got to do the dishes, drive, etc. I confess, I am an addict.
This was my first Lisa Gardner book and I loved it. Boston PD Det. D.D.Warren is a great character. I immediately came back and got the rest of the series, starting with Alone. I'm looking forward to many happy hours of listening. Kirsten Potter is fantastic, as usual. She's quickly becoming one of my favorite narrators.
Yes never a dull moment, doesn't loose my attention at all through the entire book.
No other I've listen to compares.
Very good emotions excellent!
Love her books my very favorite so far.
An ingenious plot
Charlie was the most interesting and the most complex.
This is a masterpiece of bringing all the loose ends together, just when you thought that would be impossible.
This book had little character development, and the narrator wasn't much better. Would request a refund if possible.
Something about serial killer(s)
The same person who read one of the Jack Reacher novels I just listened to.