In the middle, but a good middle.
I liked this particular mystery, bad people can recover, depressed circumstances can rise, and love can heal.
The narrator was great in every way.
Always try to listen to the author in one sitting.
This author amazes me with character, story, and itimate relationship variety. Standard is the mystery, love interest, and great ending.
A quiet town is suddenly infused with multiple criminal and or dysfunctional families. All the suspects just happen to be parents of children seemingly located at the same school in the same grade. Apparently these same kids stumble upon the body of a victim which leads to a serial murder investigation.
CM highlights the historical climate of voting rights, discrimination, and woman's rights in this colorful romantic adventure.
Don't enjoy duplicate plots, or deja vue. Wish I could be specific, but the Paris chapter and victim found on the road reminded me of another LC book.
Surprised to hear pulpit preaching in this one. Got one or two interesting points but overall was disappointed with the content.
I like the journalist team and growing character interaction of this series. Great passionate romance develops in this story along with mystery and suspense. All good reasons for two people to fall in love.
Refreshing story and love affair. A little too too much brutality for the bride but still a great listen.
Reacher seems to be getting a little old and broken for all the action. No regrets, the listen was great but I may be done with the Reacher series.
My deceased father use to recite the Kubla Khan poem by Coleridge when I was little. I had no idea what was behind the man or the story. Today, after sixty years, I can remember the first stanza of this poem by heart, and made the connection to this time in history after listening to this book. I use to refer to 'down syndrome' children as 'Mongoloids' and had no idea where the term came from or why it was a discriminatory term. This historical book filled in many blanks for me and hopefully made me a better person.
Perhaps, not again but gratified the first time. Enjoyed the spirited lead female character, I commend her high maintenance clever communication techniques.
Not movie material
Noticed some thumbs down for this book, but I thought it fun as it reminded me of real high maintenance women.
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