While the women started out courageous and well centered, they seem to have morphed into whiners.
Boxer was going nuts during baby illness and even new mothers don't usually carry on so.
Others may feel differently. I think they are being portrayed poorly. They are dangerously close to a romance novel. If that happens, I'm out.
This entire series is fantastic! Can't wait for the next
Yes! Author(s) isn't afraid to kill off a main character or end relationships badly.
All of them! I LOVE this narrator!
She does a good job of doing different voices, but in my opinion, she makes Lindsay seem entirely too dramatic. It is very distracting. I enjoy the stories, but she makes me not want to listen.
This one is set at a quicker pace than the others in series. Could not stop listening. Started book at 7 pm and by 1am I stopped and went to bed and started where I left off in the morning. Shorter book than the others but really good storylines.
The more personal side of the characters came out a bit more in this book. Gives more insight into each one. It helps to know what makes them click.
Richie Conklin. There was a sensitivity that was only aluded to in the other books. I'm not a fan of changing readers in the middle of a series but January did ok with the reading. The distinction between the characters wasn't as pronounce as Carolyn McCormick's performance, but January's voice and cadence made you listen and want more.
"WHERE ARE THE BODIES???" for sure
Getting ready to listen to Unlucky 13. A little sad that 14 isn't out yet.
After reading some of the reviews for this Women's Murder Club mystery, I was expecting to not enjoy it as much as I have the previous books. I had already purchased it, based on the history, so decided to listen anyway, knowing I could return it if it was not up to par. I was pleasantly surprised. I haven't listened to one for awhile, but I thoroughly enjoyed it, just as I had the others. It's not great literature, but it is a good story with familiar characters. There was not a lot of character development, but the story and the action were good. The narration wasn't bad and certainly not, in my opinion, as off-putting, as other reviews said. It's mind candy. Enjoy it.
The audio version is always better. I love the inflections of the reader and the personalization that they instill.
The story is some what predictable as the murder clubs series has become. Time for a new club member or at least a new twist.
All of it. Wonderful reader.