Touching story that keeps the reader's attention from beginning to end. Reader is excellent as is the entire story told through the eyes of the characters and their individual tragedies.
I rush to read every Jodi Piccoult publication. This was good, but not one of my favorites.
A very interesting twist. Vintage Lisa Gardner.
Enjoyed this introduction to Quincy, Rainey and Kim. Always enjoy a Lisa Gardner book.
I have listened to many Harry Bosch stories and this one had many intricate twists and turns. Harry's a good smart cop who always gets his man - one way or another. It will be interesting to see whether he ever gets the girls again. Well written and well read.
I was raised in a different part of the country (Oklahoma instead of Buffalo) and I am 4 years older than Tim Russert, but I thought that he was writing about my own family and my life. He described what our upbringing and life was like, and I listened with avid interest to his life lessons from Big Russ. Big Russ and my father were from the same generation who didn't need to talk about their exploits in WWII. They just had lived them.
I will watch Meet the Press with a renewed interest in Tim's focus on detail and preparation. I'm so glad that he was the reader. It was an enjoyable listen from beginning to end. From him I even found George Bush tolerable for a couple of seconds.
The reader was excellent and the story was engrossing. I'm a big Jonathan Kellerman fan, so I always enjoy Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis books. I've only listened to them on tape and as this was my first Audible book on tape, I was quite pleased.
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