Have loved and listend to many (if not all) of the Woods / Roberts team.
That Stone was back to being Stone after the Son of Stone diversion, which I did like.
Equal ... Tony is very consistent.
At less than10 hours, yes.
Was glad to see Stuart Woods back to the Stone of old, however this iteration did seem to drag a bit. Bringing Holly Barker and Teddy Faye back in for a parallel plot served only to continue the viability of their characters beyond DC Dead for possible (indeed probable) future inclusion into the Stone Barrington storyline.
Instead of a feel that the reader is part of the story, this was like a raw and unprofessional first time novice approach. As such, it detracted from the book.
Other readers like Scott Brick, George Guidall or Tony Roberts can make a fair book good ... not this reader. I found myself constantly backing up and drifting often.
To date, I have read 258 Audiobooks ... this was the worst read I have had since trying (unsuccessfully) to get through Les Miserables
Not as an audio ... unless it gets redone.
Reader should do homework ... prepare and know the story ... show some feeling
I am glad that the subsequent books were not read by the same reader, else I would be returning to Audible.
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