This narrator did an excellent job. Was on the edge of my seat the whole time I listened. I cannot wait for the next book.
I have listened to the entire Women's Murder Club series and I have to say that I missed Carolyn McCormick as the narrator. Her voice WAS Lindsay Boxer and it was an ok performance but it was not the same and I missed the familairity. The story was okay but if pregnancy makes Lindsay Boxer act like a ninny with her husband, then I'm not so sure this was a good plot twist. This latest outing just seems a little forced but maybe I'm just missing the voice of Lindsay Boxer.
I like the Women's Murder Club as a filler read. They are pretty predictable, never edge of your seat. I don't miss the characters when I am done reading. I don't count the days until the next one is out. I find there is no attachment to a character.
In this book, trying not to have a spoiler alert here, Lindsey's issue with Joe was without merit. Didn't give even a second for discussion or explanation, very frustrating and I think untypical of her character.
The story is excellent on 2 fronts. The narrator is different than normal and I miss her in this book.
The characters. Great diversity.
Heads you win, Dealer you lose.
Love the series--kept my attention.
The twists and turns kept my attention.
I enjoyed the book but I am not a cryer.
I love this series.
Whenever i start one of the books I think, this story is not going to one I really care and suddenly I can't stop listening.
I do not for the narrator at all.
No, not your normal Boxer book
I loved the other in the series and will continue to read
Carolyn McCormick---I missed you..............
Just seemed like it never got off the ground, then it was over...............
It is a bit hard to pin, but I never thought this story line reached as high as the early parts of this series. They fit 2 distinct lines into a very short story, and neither really felt fulfilled.
I have seen other commentators that said she was terrible, and I don't agree there at all. This is the first book I have heard from her. I would consider her competent, though not necessarily the best I have heard. Some variation of voice for characters, but again, not as much variation as leads to a WOW! experience.
It was not terrible, but not great either. It fit in the "3-star" category of "nice enough for a short diversion, but not good enough to recommend."
Say something about yourself!
I've just started the book and am looking forward to the twists and turns but the narrator is different So Lyndsay seems like a different person. Just as I like authors I like narrators and associate them with the character. Disappointing.
Yes. It is convenient and great listening.
The different tone of voice when she reads it.