Murrieta, CA, United States | Member Since 2011
Really enjoyed this book in Coulter's FBI series.
These books have been consistently very good with this one keeping up with the rest. It kept us going to the very end wondering how they were going to pull it off.
This book was really great. The suspense kept me trying to figure out what was going to happen. The supporting characters added fabulous support to the story.
Yeah for Nanna Momma!
This was great. All of the stories blended so well and showed Phoebe so completely. I wanted the rest of the story...
What a warm feeling at the first sound of Susan Ericksen's voice. I loved it all!
I never expected to listen to a book with a boring narrator that just blathers on and on. I was waiting for the suspense but I gave up before I found it.
Vibrant characters. Excellent story. Fabulous narration. This was my favorite Chamberlain book.
Great story, really kept us thinking all of the way through. The characters were excellent. The narration was terrific. I love it when the characters are well defined by their voices and you can tell the men from the women.
This was the best Reacher yet. We loved it! Great story, it kept your mind going following his calculations and review of events. Need more like this one!
I loved this book. I don't know if I've said this before but It is my Favorite so far.
Kept me riveted and disbelieving the entire book. Thank you JD and Susan for the book, the narration and the inclusiveness (I'm Jewish and not usually included in the novels that I read).
I loved all of the twists and turns, they kept me listening and I never got bored.
Roberts builds such great characters and in this book hearing the stories of each one and seeing how they tied together was terrific.
Raudman's narration was wonderful to listen to. All of the voices were so distinct.
Should have been first! Just didn't care for this book. It seemed so out of place.
We have read almost all of James Patterson's books and this was the BEST! Wow, it just kept us enthralled and confused and thinking in all directions. What a story!
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