What makes a good book it the writer, what makes a great book is the person who reads it to you. Robert Crais did an excellent job of leading down a path so you would "jump" to the conclusion of who was responsible for the crime, it was only a distraction. The key to catching the bad guy is in the title.
Christopher Graybill has now become one of my favorite readers. He has the ability through voice alteration, accent and any other voice manipulation you can think of, to create characters you visualize in your mind. You don't get any better than that.
Started listening and after rambling on for one hour, I gave up. If you can't capture my interest in that amount of time, well, that's it for me!
I too am a W.E.B. Griffen fan having listened to his WWII series prior to this as well as the first in the Presidential series. Sanders, along with Frank Muller are the two best readers out there. I am amazed at his ability to draw pictures in your mind of the characters by his ability to alter accents and voices at will.
The plot takes you on a multicontinent tour with a number of characters developed in previous books, the adventures of Charlie Castio brings out the Walter Mitty in all of us.
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