I found the story to be compelling, there were enough twists, and turns to keep the story fresh. The story was gripping,little Benjie daughter Katie, and Jackson's tough decisions kept things boiling.
I am a sucker for police stories, and this one kept me on the edge of my seat because it was unpredictable.
When Benjie plunged the eppi pen into Buckley. That was a clever plot twist.
Here is justice being served in a delightful, and satisfying way
it's the way mcbain tells the story, with his own unique voice
steve corella. He has a sensitivity other cops wouldn't have. For him to have a deaf girlfriend really speaks highly of his character
certainly not. Hill used to be an excellent reader, but the old guy is fading.
gritty, compelling. g,
Dick Hill should retire gracefully. I think he must have had a stroke, he no longer speaks with ease.
i couldn't get in to the story, and the naration was terrible.
not sure at this point
narator replaced with someone who can do an authentic Irish accent, also someone who doesn't sound like he is straining himself.
Grover Gardener's stellar reading, nothing like a seasoned expert performer
to kill a mockingbird, the story grabs you by the throat, and won't let go. I felt like I was right in that courtroom.
His performance here was just as good as others. He never disapoints.
a no holds barred, compelling story
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