I love Heather Graham and will probably get anything she puts out unless it's narrated by Janet Darling.
Janet Darling is a bit too breathy and over dramatic which took away from the story for me.
It was a good stoy but a little on the slow side for my taste.
The is certainly not the best of this series. It goes into an area that doesn't really fit with the rest of the Harrigan Family books. This one is a real stretch of the imagination and not in a good way.
This author spent more time describing paint colors and wardrobe choices that had nothing to do with the story. It was enough to cause a reader to go comatose. Too boring for words.
I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in this series and this one did not dissapoint. I love the humor and the interaction of the family.The narrator does a great job of giving each character a different voice making it a truly enjoyable listen.
This one was hard to follow. Too much switching back and forth between timelines. I think I'll lay off reading Karin Slaughter books. I've read several and have decided her style doesn't work for me.
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