Trail of the Spellmans is one of the best books in the series. I love the progression of the Spellmans as they face new milestones in their lives. Christina Moore gives a top notch performance as Izzie. If you like a little comedy with your mystery, I would strongly recommend this series!
This book was very boring and not funny at all. I was looking forward to the laughs I got from Document #4 it just wasn't there.
I wanted to stop but, but I paid for it so I just kept plugging along
I listened to the whole series and enjoyed reading about the quirky Spellmans.
The first book in the series was slow going, but glad I read them all to get insight to all the characters. Worth the read.
Narrator was good.
yes, she gives the character 'attitude'
Noah writes and daydreams for the pure joy of transposing his thoughts to the written word. His adventures & dog Dusty are his escape!
Although I prefer the previous narrator Ari Graynor, this book carries on in similar fashion with the beautiful semi-dysfunctional Spellman clan hard at work as private investigators. Most of the time its more fun listen how they constantly try to get the goods on one another as much as those they are hired to snoop on. If you are a fan of light-hearted mysteries and suspense then this carries on the tradition of Evanovich and Kolzak and will not disappoint!
I enjoyed the entire series. Each "document" was entertaining and fun to read. However, in my opinion, I enjoyed Trail of the Spellmans: Document #5 best of all.
Although I was disappointed with the relationship outcome, I felt that Isabel did what she thought was right and stood by that. She has grown throughout the series and I appreciated the person she became.
Christina Moore's narration was perfect. She gave the voice that I would expect from Isabel and I so enjoyed her low key narration.
I was a fan of this series from the first book. The witty comments which overlaid the sometimes dark corners of the characters' lives offered just my sort of entertainment. But I became a bit disillusioned around the third book; it seemed to be rote and mechanical and the jokes seemed too familiar. I almost didn't buy this one but I would have missed out because this one is as good as the first. I also love the way that the characters grow (or not) and make life-changing decisions in each of the books. If you have fallen off the Lutz train, make it to the next station in order to climb aboard.
Not on par with other books in the series. The characters were flat, the plot uninspired, and the narration mediocre.