Until now, Tess Gerritsen was, for me, equivalent to "edge of your seat" thrillers and characters full of personality. The Harvest, Gravity, wonderful medical thrillers. Her Jane Rizzoli in The Surgeon... superb. And now, this book that had me repeating "oh please" as I hit the forward button to bypass the unbelievable nonsensical musings of the two main characters. I actually had to go back and make sure that this was a book by the same Tess Gerritsen that I had come to enjoy so much reading; in short, if you are a Tess Gerritsen fan, don't bother with this book, you will be very disappointed.
Terrible plot. Two "super" detectives are brought in to solve a crime, however, their main concern is who they are sleeping with each night with no real interest in solving the crime. Their major investment on the actual solving of the crime is making up scenarios that would pass as pausible so that they can go back to their hometowns. This was the worst book I've listened to (read) in many years.
A huge disappointment. I used to like Stuart Woods but will now most certainly avoid him.
Don't waste a credit.
This is the most repetitive, ridiculous, boring and outlandish plot ever. The characters are so absurd that soon into the book listening becomes painful. I will never read/listen to another book by this author.
First book I ever read by this author, and for sure, the last. Plot is predictable. Events are not believable, aparent "setups" can be "read" a mile away. Terrible, and the voice of the reader only makes it worse.
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