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.
I thought this was a good mystery. Some of the writing was a bit corny with the character dialog. It would be difficult to explain without giving away the story. Still, it didn't take away from the quality of the plot. Worth the read.
Neuhaus has a way of making his characters interesting from the beginning. You are almost immediately drawn in to the story. Just when you think the story is about to end, you realize the book is only halfway over and there are more mysteries to resolve. The police are drawn as real people with real problems and foibles providing a wealth of characters with which to identify. The narrator has one of those voices that might be monotonous were it not for the fact that he does a really good job of making each voice discernible as a different person. His women's voices are just as believable as the men's. I would recommend these books to anyone who loves a good mystery.
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.