I have enjoyed all of Nelson DeMille's novels that have been put on audiobooks, and as long as Scott Brick continues to read them, I will continue to do so. What makes Plum Island so fun is the sense of humor, wonderfully sarcastic, that DeMille gives John Corey. I often listen to audible books while taking walks and with Plum Island find myself laughing out loud at Corey's assessments of people and situations. I listened to other John Corey novels before this one came to Audible, and the perspective of all that happens after this novel enriches the experience of listening to Plum Isand. Scott Brick has John Corey down pat. This is a wonderful production.
R.C. Bray's performance is especially good because the listener doesn't notice him after a while and stays strictly in the action of the story. Very find job.
This is a solid terrorism-watch-out-USA mystery novel that has little mystery to it. What is engaging are the characters.
I listened to this book on the basis of other reviews. They are right! Homicide has a terrific reader, is well written, and is a blast to listen to. This is a fun, interesting listen that should make us all appreciate detectives and policemen even more.
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