Living in San Francisco, I did enjoy listening to a victorian mystery that takes place in that amazing City. the story was very entertaining and it wasn't too obvious who did it. At some times, the author is trying to hard to emphasize the "independant woman" tag line.
I only gave the performance three stars as I was very annoyed by the different voices the narrator tried to attempt. The main character, although strong and independant, has a very irritating breathy and high pitched voice. It reached a point where I almost stopped listening and switch over to the Kindle book.
I loved this book, just like I loved all the previous ones. Stephanie Plum is a character I can totally identify with. She isn't perfect and stumbles from one mishap to another. All characters in these books are lovable, even most of the villains.
Also love the fact that, although there is a certain pattern, there area always some surprises waiting.
I was first a bit hesitant to try out a new narrator. C. J. Critt was such a perfect Stephanie and Lorelei King is Kay Scarpetta in my head. But I have to say that Lorelei did a fantastic job and I was very impressed by all the different voices, although I think she overdid Grandmother a bit.
All in all, perfect entertainment!
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