Reno, NV | Member Since 2002
I am enjoying working my way through all of the books in the Tess Monaghan series. The characters are well developed and leaves you wanting to know what the next adventure is.
An unorthodox mystery series for sure, but very entertaining.
I recommend these books.
I reserve 4 and 5 stars for the can't put them down, edge of my seat books. This series is more of a box of chocolates, enjoyable but at a slower pace. Well worth the credit.
I liked this book and the narrator did an excellent job. I think that Scott Brick always delivers good narration. I will buy the next installment in this series.
I buy these books to be entertained. This did the job...
This book is not for the squeamish. As always, Lisa Gardner delivers a well written book. Although it was not my favorite, it has a very unusual story and it kept my interest. I will continue to buy the D.D. Warren mystery series.
I was so surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. I got the mystery that I love and a bit of history mixed in. I am going to have to listen to other books in this series.
This story held my interest from the beginning to the end. Well worth my time and credit.
Short but it was done well. I tend to not buy short books. However, this is a part of the story in a series of books and should not be skipped. It give the reader a good insight into the character of Walt Longmire.The story takes you back to 1988 when he if first elected sherif. It was by accident that this is one of the first books that I bought in the series. I am now going to listen to them all.
I think that it was a bit confusing when the narrator did not give much pause when going between the characters and the situations that they were in. You finally figure out who he is talking about and he switches without taking a breath. Then he does it again. You need to really be paying very close attention to this switch-a-roo, as to not get confused to what is taking place and who it is happening to.
I did eventually get into this book, but it took awhile. I do not like like to give away plot or endings about a book. I don't want to be the spoiler. So, if you need a mystery to listen/read, it is will do. Not the greatest but not the worst book that I have listened to.
I spend so much time listening to books and I frequently find that I run out of books. This is a case of "I ran out of books by my favorite authors so now what do I do?" Along comes Craig Johnson and George Guidal. Great combination!
I was so delighted with this book that I now have to get the whole series. I can hardly wait to start with book 1.
I love most of Dick Wolf's TV shows. I did not find the same excitement or drama in his book. I did not hate it and I did not love it. The book did give me something to listen to while I waited for something better to come along. Frankly, it was forgettable. I finished it a couple of weeks ago, and I cannot tell you anything about it. Could be my memory, but in the year 2000, I listened to "The Lion's Game" by Nelson DeMille, and I still remember it. If you are in a pinch for a good book it will serve until one comes along.
I have ten books by Phillip Margolin and I enjoyed them all. I do like this series, lawyer, courts, and a good mystery. What more could I ask for? I will continue to buy books by this author. Well worth the credit.
This book will not win any awards, but it did entertain me. It prompted me to get the next book in the series. I enjoyed it and look forward to the next one. The narrator did an excellent job.
This is like a roller coaster ride with all of the twists and turns that the plot takes. It is indeed a well devised mystery. It kept me guessing, trying to string it all together like a puzzle. To me that is a good thing, making a mystery more enjoyable. I will definitely buy then next in this series.
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