Even though it was predictable it was still very enjoyable. I am glad I had opportunity to listen to this book.
Excellent book, but when I thought it I was half finished with the story, I saw that only 35 minutes were left - things wrapped up WAY too fast - missed opportunity, but still one of the best books I've listened to in a while. I hope Crais develops these characters into a series
OEF Veteran Wife and Desert Storm Veteran
liked the military dog angle alot. good narrator. 1st book I have read by Crais.
Robert Crais provides a wonderful novel about Scott and Maggie, the K9 from Iraq & Afghanistan tours who lost her handler. Told from both of their viewpoints, you have a unique chance to watch how the close bonds between cops and their canines develop. While Scott is trying to deal with his part in the death of his partner, Maggie is having to deal with her PTSD as well. The story provides the background that brings them together and keeps on building as Scott works to unravel what happened that night. The answers are slowly revealed as Crais develops the unexpected climax. I loved this book especially since I am an avid dog lover. Maggie is terrific and Scott becomes more understandable as his character is revealed. It's one of those books you want to go back, re-read and look for any subtle clues you missed. If you like mysteries and dogs, and ever wondered about K9s and their work, this is a great novel to savor. The narrator was spot on with his various voices for the characters in Suspect and added to the novel. Please enjoy!!
Unlikely to recommend. If you expect Crais' usual sharp wit and fast-paced story, this is different. Not bad, just not what you usually expect
Less dog voice
Nothing, great job
Not for me.
Nope, I still enjoy Crais but will read reviews and summaries more thoroughly before buying
Loved the way the characters were developed including Maggie the dog.
Narration was excellent. Did not want to stop listening.