The history of baseball needs to be told, even if some is fiction.
A sexual to "Shoeless Joe Jackson Comes to Iowa."
It was necessary for the first book to get into details about the training of Rapp, but it did seem to make the story a little too slow.
Yes. The twists are worth the read.
I was caught up in the mother's role in the story. Fooled.
Probably not. I want to move on to the next phase.
Yes. There were unexpected twists throughout.
Plotting against the wife about the extra money.
I did not expect Powers to escape.
Dick Hill is always a hit with me.
I enjoyed getting another point of view for stories I often teach.
Depends on the topic.
I would place it in the top 5 of the more than 60 audio books I've read.
The discovery of the fingerprints.
I look up books read by Dick Hill before I look for authors.
More action. It was far too slow and detailed in unnecessary areas.
No. Just disappointed in Silva this time.
Average, lacking character
I hope Silva's next novel is up to his previous ones.
Didn't read the printed version.
Junior. He told what it was like to find yourself in the midst of sameness.
Breaking away while holding on to your heritage.
Maybe, after a long period of time.
Intrigue and suspense. Child kept m interest as usual.
Okay; not Hill.
You know what Reacher is going to do, you're just not sure how he will pull it off.
Dick Hill is Reacher. He knows the character and is consistent with Reacher and the others.
Yes. I have listened to 10 of the Reacher novels and have enjoyed them all.
Reacher, always. He's great at finding and getting out of trouble.
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