This was the first book I've listened (or read) from Tess Gerritsen, and I rather liked it. The suspense was good, the developing mystery was fine, the characters were pretty likable (although I met them first time here, and they've been in Gerritsen's books before), BUT in the end of the book things just happened too fast. I had a feeling that was this really it, since it felt like the nice build-up was rushed to fast ending that took away something from the experience.
But anyway overall the book was quite good, and Lorelei King did a great job as a narrator. I think she managed to nicely convey the world Gerritsen had created. And I like her voice.
I'd give this book 3.5 stars but because I can only give full stars I give it a four. I must add that I have a bad habit of starting to listen to an audiobook and then taking a loooong time finishing it (I'm talking months and years here). If I finish an audiobook in less than a couple of weeks there's something special (to me) in that book and in the production. This book took maybe a week to listen to, so maybe that tells something of its entertaining value.
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