Well written, well narrated - as expected.
Deborah, but the secondary characters are good as well
Love C.J. Critt. Would probably like listening to her read the phonebook.
Contrived plot, but it works.
It seemed like Hannah and the rest of the Lake Eden were a little off in the last few books, but all is well with this. The plot is good. The murder victim is one that I am glad won''t be coming back in later books. And, the recipes are ones that I really do want to try.
I'm for Norman. I want to see Hannah get together with Norman.
Some new Matt Scudder stories,and some are new. I had read or heard most of the stories but really enjoyed the new ones. The span Matt's career/life from the time he was married to his first wife on.
Why did Larry decided to read this himself? He once said that he wouldn't do it again.
I think I could listen to almost anything narrated by C.J.Ctrit- even my husband's Sci-fi..
I have met Ms. Maron a couple of times. Her research is first-rate as are her tales. When she states a fact, I believe it.
No, and it is a toss-up if I buy the next book. The stories are getting boring- and now we have the ghost of Jake's former husband - what next?
Time to do something different or let Jake and the gang go.
Oh, the coat. The coat. And it did stop the stun.
Susan has become the voice of Eve Dallas. Other series have changed narrators in mid-series, but I can not imagine it here.
Hey, it was free, and I will listen to just about anything.
This free excerpt has made me want to read the rest of the series.
While gardening I can usually listen to just about anything but not this. All fluff and girlie. I don't read vampire stuff as regular fare, and this is not even "vampire" stiff/
I will probably listen to this audio book several more times.
I like the series and the characters. While the earlier novels in this series were more "gritty" in my opinion, Margaret Maron has made Deborah and her family plausible.
Yes. While the identity of Jack is still "in the wind," this book offers one. I found the Sherlock more real than he of the Basil Rathbone movies.
This is an early Lucas Davenport. The author is still finding himself and Lucas. While important to the development of the characters, many who will be found in later works, I am uncomfortable with the main plot line.
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