This is the first book I have read in this series which was recommended by a friend and I just jumped in and read Prime Cut. I was immediately captivated by the narrator, Barbara Rosenblat - I think she does a great job! Also, it was fun to listen to Goldy preparing her catering dishes - made me want to put the book down and go try oneof these dishes! I like the idea of including the recipes at the end.
She has a warm, comfortable voice; it feels like I'm listening to a friend tell this story. I found listening to this book, which is light but enjoyable reading, to be the perfect break in my day when I need some time for myself, but don't want to get into a more serious book that I am reading.
Listening to Barbara Rosenblat's narration of the cooking made my mouth water! The description of the food was wonderful.
This was great light reading; I am going to go to the first book in the series and go from there!
This is the best book I have listened to on Audible due to the incredible narration by David Pittu and Donna Tartt's gift of storytelling.
The scenes at the Metropolitan Museum of Art were among my favorites in the book.
I cannot say enough good things about the narrative by David Pittu - he really made this complex Audible recording a great experience. The whole time I was listening I was amazed at his ability to make each of these colorful characters and situations so real for me - I am so glad I didn't read this - it would seem so bland compared to this recording.
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