i loove great books especially mystery and suspense and gregg hurwitz
i would definitely recommend this book, great suspense and story line, what more can a girl ask for?
this book reminds me a little of Gregg Hurwitz the crime writer
this is my first listening by this author but looking forward to more
I dont want to give anything away, don't want to spoil it for others but every chapter has a suprise.
you will not regret this book
I am only half way through but it has many twists and turns - great development of characters and great development of empathy for the players in this intriguing mystry
a actual story line with an narrator that does not put you to sleep
not sure anyone could have made it a story with interest
nope - nothing redeemable about it including the fact i couldn't return it and wasted a credit.
Audible's return policy is NOT true - it does NOT work when you try to return so be weary of this book as to it is just plains horrid.
Long and very repetitive, to be generous a lot of it might have been in the translation, but still . . . I think this is Ms. Neuhaus' first novel . . . may have to listen to another one just in case, maybe it was a combination of the translation and the narrator . . .
Just finished Moving Day by Jonathan Stone read by Christopher Lane, wonderful book, fantastic narration !
Nope said about all I can say about Snow White Must Die . . . give it a pass.
I usually figure out the 'doers' very early on. This story has many twists and turns even down to the last minutes. Since I listen to books while I'm driving, this book had me finding reasons to drive distances.
The narrator did a fair job.
Nele Neuhaus's thriller is translated from German to English and Narated by Robert Fass. A crime novel set in 2008 tells the story of a small village in Germany where a man has just been released from prison after serving 10 years for the death of two 17 year old girls. In the ten years since he was convicted his parents have broken up, his father has closed the family restruant, and the majority of their land holdings have been sold off.
There were never any bodies found and Tobis Sartorius was convicted on circumstantial evidence alone. After his release he comes home and soon after his mother is pushed over a bridge into the path of a moving car. Police Detectives look into the case of his mother being pushed over the bridge and begin seeing inconsistencies in the stories told by the villagers.
Then another young girl disappears and Tobis is the first person questioned. The facts about Tobis, the village people and the untold stories that have been hidden for ten years start to unravel. What is really going on in this small village.
The story unfolds and the mysteries of the past being forth a great mystery. What could keep a town silent and send a man to prison? Will it happen again?
Snow White Must Die is a great listen and is an excelent mystery.