I have in the past, read J. D. Robb and thus had a clear mental picture of how the characters would speak and the emotions they shared or chose not to share. I regret to say my mental picture in no way matched the narration. Sorry Ms. King, I did not enjoy your performance. I will need to continue reading J. D. Robb on my own.
There are two parts of the story that I laughed until I cried. Mostly charming sometimes hysterically funny, and a decent story to go with it all. I still have a problem matching Craig Johnson's voice to my vision of The Sherriff, but getting there. His interpretation of everyone else is spot on as far as I am concerned.
I love John Carr the character, but he dissappointed me a bit in this story. Maybe he is getting a bit long in the tooth to be as much fun to read/listen to. The story was interesting but a bit too convoluted for me. I didn't particularly like the characters except or course for the basic Oliver Stone gang.
Enjoyed the story. Norah Roberts always entertains. The narrator, Bernadelle Quigley was wonderful. I could listen to her all day. In fact I'm going to listen again just to hear the Irish. A lovely cast of characters.
A great escape writer. I enjoyed the story and the performance. 5 Star because it was a story that kept my interest and had a good ending. Sometimes that's all I want and this book delivered just that.
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