Love Loveeee LOVEEEE!! J.D.Robb!!! IN DEATH Series! I've Read Every Single Book in the series! and Susan Ericksen SHE"S an AWESOME Narrator!!!
Both J.D. Robb books and Susan Ericksen as the performer are always great. If you haven't read a J.D.Robb book, be aware the there is adult language and situations. Great mysteries! I love following the characters from book to book! Start at the beginning and work your way through. Google the "In Death" book order to read them in order. I've read them all.
And, with Susan Ericksen performing, it's like listening to a play.
I'm completely in love with these books...the gripping story lines, witty remarks, and outstanding details keep you wanting more!
When my younger sister learned to read'd beg me to listen as she brought words on the page to life. That's how I got addicted ....
surprised and delighted with how well this kept me entertained. exceptional for the series. lots of nice resolution on many fronts
wasn't crazy about the narrator, especially at first. Kind of grew on me, but her accents were a little too much, especially for Rourke. Rourke has a subtle 'irish lilt" when he's angry or - even more lovely - when in those passionate throes. He doesn't sound like a irish fishwyfe, which is exactly how he sounded on here sometimes - but you get used to it. Dallas doesn't sound like I "pictured" either, and poor Peabody. Argghh - she just sounded DUMB. Would rather have had a really good male narrator here, I don't know why, but a much more talented narrator who knows the books/characters seems needed here. JMO.
I happened upon "In Death" quite by accident and I'm so very glad I did. I just finished "Delusion" and found it to be a favorite as I waited to see who'd created the pathogen that threatened New York - and how Eve was going to stop him. I've looked forward to each new tale and to the steamy love scenes between our handsome power-couple, Eve and Roarke. Then there's Susan Ericksen. Seriously?! I've listened to dozens of audio books and no one could have made these characters come to life for me any better than this fine performer. I hope to enjoy many more offerings by Miss Roberts, um, I mean J. Robb, and S. Ericksen. Keep 'em coming, ladies.