Yes. It was engrossing.
The man/dog interaction.
It did not get in the way and helped move the story.
Yes, even though I could not.
I have always loved to read and just discovered Aubible which I am also loving.
Not only was this a very touching story, it was an excellent mystery. This was a first for me from this author. I had heard so much about this so I thought I would give it a try. I was very impressed.
Maggie is a marine dog that lost her partner and friend Pete. She and police officer Scott James are put together. Scott also lost his partner in the line of duty. A beautiful friendship develops. Scott and Maggie set out to find the killers of his partner.
I am hoping this turns into a series. I would love to read more about Maggie and Scott.
Definitely a 5 star book for me.
An excellent read. And as a devoted pet parent to a 3 year old German Shepherd, I can say that the author got the dog right in every respect. When the narrative switched to Maggie's point of view, I could see and hear my own girl every time. How she learned, how she responded, her pack instinct, her protective instincts, all on the mark. Great job.
I can sum this book up in one word – Triumph. The prologue is so riveting, I literally gasped with the intensity as my eyes welled up with tears. Ok, so I’m a sissy and my heart breaks in two when it comes to animals and soldiers, but still. The prologue is mind blowingly brilliant.
And then there’s the rest of the book. I could almost feel Maggie’s doggie breath on my face and touch her fur with the palm of my hand. I fell in love with her from the very first second and the moment the book came to an end, it left an empty hole behind.
My only complaint is that the book is too short. Robert Crais and MacLeod Andrews, for goodness sake please make a sequel together, I’m having withdrawal symptoms!
I would listen to this again.
Mr. Andrew's did a superb job breathing life into this book. The book itself was awesome. Robert Crais is an amazing author, but this performance made it even better!
Definitely! I actually did listen to it all in one sitting!
Love to read and listen to books. The spoken word is magic for me.
I didn't the read the print version.
I can't think of a comparison right now.
Both Scott and Maggie were my favorites. They always say a dog will overshadow any of the characters but in this case they shared the main stage. I cared deeply about what happened to both main characters. Scott for his Drive and perseverence and Maggie for her loyalty and love.
The prologue and chapter 1 took my breath away.
The main character gives this book a slight edge on normal detective novels.
The conversations from the dog's view point add a lot to the story telling
I have always loved to read, and now I really enjoy listening to my books as well!!
I love to read (listen) to be entertained--this book was everything I hope for when I start a book. It starts with a bang--literally--and continues on with a totally fulfilling experience. You have empathy for the main characters (in this case man and dog), and hope with every turn of the page (so to speak!), they work things out and succeed in the end. And kudos to the narrator--he did a great job as well!
I have not read anything else by this author, but that will change. I intend to look for more novels to listen to, and hope they are all as well written and entertaining as Suspect.
I loved the growing bond between the dog and the main character.
yes, I'm a real animal lover and a real hater of injustice, so it kept me wound up until there was a happy ending.
This was an interesting change to the tough guy, hero, type of cop story. This was a struggling. damaged, ordinary guy. He did nothing superhero. The real story here was not about finding the bad guys, which was done well. It was the story of the main character and the relationship between he and his dog. Neither of which wanted to be where they were when their relationship starts. They story provides an interesting twist when the narration becomes from the "first person" dog's view. I though some of that was a little repetitive, but a small criticism of a very good story done quite well.