One of my favorite series, especially with Sean Barrett as the reader. Joe O'Laughlin again finds himself involved in a gruesome crime investigation and sifts through and interprets possibly relevant information to come to a unexpected conclusion.
Harry Bosch solves a cold case that he was involved with earlier in his career during the LA Rodney King riots. New reader for the series that disappeared completely into the story.
No Elvis Cole or Joe Pike. Crais has created two new characters, one of whom is canine. Very good book and performance by the reader.
Good story, that actually gets Elvis out of LA again. I am circling back and doing older Elvis Cole books and I had a hard time with the reader at the beginning, but after a short adjustment over the first few chapters, I got used to him and now doing other older Elvis books, Mel Foster has almost become the standard.
A nice second book in the series, but unfortunately she chose to end it as a clear set-up to the third book. More interesting characters added to survivors of the Hunger Games group and a good storyline. Only complaint is the way the book ends, but it gets you to buy book three right away.
Love Harlan Coben, starting long before he was was a best seller (check out the whole Myron Bolitar series). This book's story line doesn't hold together as well as normal, or generate strong interest in the characters (even with Scott Brick reading), but I am probably applying a very high stand because of my expectations from his other books.
The series ends with a dud. I would have imagined a much better finale.
Michael Robotham again brings together the cast of character developed over about 4 books in a continuation of Joe O'Loughlin's efforts to deal with his family, his Parkinson's and a crime investigation that he can't avoid. Excellent story and the writing in so good you want to listen to sections over again. Sean Barrett is the perfect reader for the characters.
A reasonably long drama that blends Nelson DeMille's regular topics, post-Vietnam hangover and the Gold Coast of Long Island. Interesting and well-developed characters with a good pace and plot, with a satisfying end.
Interesting story about a small group of American flyers that fought in the Battle of Britain in 1940. Well researched and very good reader.
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