The performance was poor and kept the story from being enjoyable.
The "who-dunit" part was great. Kept me guessing to the very end.
Maybe Renee Raudman but not Paul Costanzo.
This was a great listen.
I could hardly put it down!
Mark Hammer's delivery was a little slow at times but his voice seem to fit the story.
This is the best Stuart Woods I've read. I didn't know he had the depth that was required to tell this story.
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