50 something, retired professional, mother, grandmother, wife.
I love Harlan Conan's books. This is another great one. I usually enjoy Scott Bricks narration but for some reason it bothered me in this book. It is just a bit too dramatic.
Mysteries like this seem to always have things that you can't believe in them. But from scene to scene this one seems true to form. Only near the end are you able to finally get the outcome. it keeps you reading and reading. One of his best.
(I'm wondering if i am alone in this thought. )
What I loved was that the story moved along at a nice pace and didn't linger too long trying to convince the reader of something they already accept. It kept me interested and I could barely stop listening! What I didn't love was the ending. No spoiler, but the ending was a bit of a let-down. For me anyway, it didn't have the same level of thought that the rest of the novel had. However, I am looking forward to reading more by this author and I'm sure most mystery /thriller readers will enjoy it.
A great suspense story. Keep me from wanting to do anything else but listen. Thank God for wireless headset. I can shop, cook, clean and never stop listening