No, I wouldn't listen again. Not because it was a bad story/listen, but only because I don't reread/re-listen to fiction of this kind.
Big fan of Burke, his descriptions are way above the bar compared to most contemporary mystery/detective writers. Robicheaux is one to come back for.
Mark Hammer was amazing. This is the first of Burke's books I have listened to and I couldn't have picked a better voice for it.
Not the best of the Robicheaux series so far, however having only got this far, I'm not qualified to say it is the worst either, however it is, in my humble opinion, the worst of the first 6.
If you are into reading series from beginning to end as I am, this may be the one to skip, [SPOILER ALERT], (kind of), nothing that significant happens in Robicheaux's life that I could see becoming a reoccurring plot point or character identifier. The only thing I could see returning would be a couple of the antagonist, maybe...
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