Intriguing. Complicated. Entertaining.
Yes it did. There were many twists and turns that went in all directions before the end.
Her voices are good and clear.
Wanted to, yes! If only.
Most Christie books are a good listen but this is definately one of my favorites.
Fun. Dangerous. Entertaining.
When Judith and Rene realize what's going on at the hospital.
A lot. I enjoyed the previous book I listened to of Mary Daheim, but it was a different narrator. This narrator's voices were not good. The main character's husband who supposedly lives in the Pacfic Northwest, sounded like George W. Bush. I won't buy one she reads again.
As usual with the B&B series, it was entertaining, dangerous and fun.
I hope you put more of the B&B series on audible, but please use a different narrator. Everyone sounded like a man with a hoarse throat.
Yes I would. It's not my favorite of the series, but it's very good and kept me guessing.
Yes, it kept changing and evolving into something entirely different.
No. She's the reason I only gave this book a 3 star rating. She's not a good reader, especially compared to Susan Denaker who also reads the Amanda Pepper series.
The series does build on itself and so the next book is the follow-up in a way.
I have read the print version but I do enjoy a good narrator reading to me.
Yes, it kept me guessing. And the ending was very exciting, tense and ultimately satisfying.
Her voices are great, especially for the two main characters, which isn't the case with the other person who reads Gillian Roberts' books.
Who is spreading the hate and violence and why are they after Amanda Pepper?
A very good listen. I so prefer Susan Denaker to the other person who does this series.
If you don't mind it not being one of Agatha Christie's primary sleuths, then this is a good book. It features a secondary character, Superintendant Battle.
Secret of Chimneys
I have many of Hugh Fraser's readings and they are always wonderful.
No, but I was always glad to come back to it.
A very satisfying mystery and I recommend the Battle series of books.
Yes! If they like mysteries, an Agatha Christie book read by David Suchet or Hugh Fraser is a no-brainer. If you like short stories, this one is for you.
Yes. It is a collection of short stories and each one is excellently done.
His narration is very good and it gives the familiar feel of the episodes because you recognize Hasting and Poirot's voices.
The solution always is great.
intriguing. entertaining. Enjoyable.
Fer-de-Lance had the same kind of intricate plotting and character development.
Archie Goodwin, as always.
Wanted to but couldn't of course. Every chance I got I went back to it.
Like all the Nero Wolfe books read by Michael Prichard, this was excellent.
Yes, because Michael Prichard does such an excellent job of bringing the story alive.
Yes. It was a great adventure with suspects that all could have done it and had motive and opportunity. Those are the best ones.
Michael Prichard always reads these books very well. He is the perfect Archie Goodwin, relating their most recent case.
Not one in particular, no.
I recommend any of the Nero Wolfe audiobooks read by Michael Prichard. They are all fabulous and although my favorite is "A Family Affair" they are all excellent.
It was a very good story and well read.
Any of Agatha Christie's works are bound to be good.
She had an engaging manner and did good voices.
Who was really in the library?
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