On one hand I wanted to hear the end to see "who really done it." Truthhfully though, I did not want it to end. The story captured my interest so much I was listening to this audiobook in my car, at the gym, in my home, etc. This is Sandra Brown at her best.
A heart warming true story with many lessons woven in. It's well told and well read. I could listen several times and even bought 2 hard copies to give to friends.
The parallels of the two lives were so evident as the story progressed.
A must have for any age.
This was a fabulous book. Some of my friends were not too keen on the printed version, but the audio version really makes the words come alive. I listened every spare moment I could get. I can hardly wait for the next one.
By book 2 I listened only because I paid for it. It is filled with grinding technical terms and tedious repitition. Scarpetta needs to retire.
This is another wonderfully written story narrated by the superb Judy Kaye.
I can only wish that Sue Grafton would release more sooner, but perhaps that would only deminish her absolutely spectacular story telling.
There are many surprises here in store for the listener (reader). Thank you Sue for another jewel.
This was my first J.D. Robb audiobook. The storyline was good, but the unabridged version was too drawn out and repetitive. It took half the story to capture my attention, but the last half was OK. I think I'll go to the library before spending more money on this author.
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