Yes! I really liked this book, too. I plan to work my way through the entire series. There are books that you can listen to again and again and I think that this might be one of them.
Well, I did stay up late in order to finish the book....
No, this was the first time that I had listened to Joe Barett. Scott Brick narrated the first book of the series, and I was hoping he would complete the series, but I enjoyed the narration enough to purchase the third book in the series. There are books that I won't listen to, although I love the author, because I don't like the narrator.
Yes. Laughed at Emma quite often....defintely a woman who knows how to get her own way.
Maybe from Felix Francis and certainly to Martin Jarvis
I'm not sure....Bloodline was not what I've come to expect from Felix Francis. This book made me feel like I was reading a biography of the character instead of a work of fiction. I read for entertainment and this book didn't do much entertaining.
None that really stood out for me.
I would have cut a lot of the introspection of the main character. As I said, this book definitely lacked most of the mystery I've come to expect from a Felix Francis book.
This book was almost boring....I was tempted to turn it off several times. The only reason I finished it was because I really don't like to not finish a book...but this one came close.
Yes! Mr. Lawson adds more depth to his characters with each book
The meeting in the Oval Office
The final meeting between Mahoney and LaFontain
A weeks' worth of entertainment in just one movie!
Having recently "discovered" Mr. Lawsons' books, I am listening my way through them in order and I have enjoyed each successive book more than the previous one, and I can't imagine anyone but Joe Barrett narrating the books.....he really brings the characters to life!
I haven't read the print verson
DeMarco. Here's a hero that's a little out of the norm. A lawyer who's never practiced law, works for a corrupt politician, yet gets the job done despite his boss
Scott Brick brings life to every book he narrates! "The Voice" infuses the characters with a personality.....charm, anger, frustration....emotions that don't always come through on a black and white page.
Not your ordinary hero......
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