I especially enjoy Bertrice Small's romance novels because she weaves history into every story. It's the history that gives her work substance and makes a novel a worthwhile read. Ms. Small gets to the point. I prefer that approach rather than listen to obscure descriptions about personalities and locations.
The Panther was a good second to DeMille's The Lion's Game. The most enjoyable aspect was the character of John Cory who never disappoints. I just love this guy when he's sarcastic. He had a lot more humor going for him in this novel. It took the edge off the suspense, but then I welcomed the change of mood. I've read about twelve of DeMille's novels and would rank them all pretty high on the list; so I'm a big fan.
Moreover, if Scott Brick is narrating, you can bet every minute of listen will be worthwhile.
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