There are some areas that the author could have elaborated on, things that a briefly mentioned but nothing else so you're left wondering about it.
Inflective, well-modulated, soothing
I'm interested in hearing more from both the author and the reader.
Yes, I've enjoyed the series so far.
I guessed the method and murderer early on so that was a let down.
Yes, and it's as good as the rest. Excellent reading and characterizations.
A little disappointed. FIrst time I guessed the method/murderer early on and the ending was a tad abrupt.
I still enjoy this series and look forward to reading more.
Yes. Lt. Dallas is tough, savvy, and a "cop's cop" Good detective work, believable.
Being that this one is in the future I can't compare. I typically don't read sci fi or futuristic stories but this was believable.
In the shoe store with her partner, who's literally drooling over the high priced shoes. Their interaction is hilarious.
I laughed a few times.
Good enough that I downloaded two more of Robb's works.
Absolutely. The narrative was everything here. The varied voices and characterizations were very entertaining.
Pretty much expected, no surprises.
Between her parents discussing the possibility of her daughter's interest in the Earl.
Not sure...maybe The Reluctant Heir?
I would like to hear more narratives by Mr. Garrett.
Perhaps more interaction of the couple who get engaged at the end of the story.
Her conversations were believable and well spoken.
I've read a few in this series and have enjoyed them all. The people in this African town are so polite, which I find very appealing and so lacking in our own society, it's wonderful just to listen to them speak. A delight!
I liked the descriptive verse, although at times it was a bit tedious and ongoing. The folklore was fascinating, yet sad that people could be so naive and stubborn in their misguided beliefs.
My favorite part was the father narrating the story about the undead man. Great story teling.
I thoroughly enjoyed the male narrator, but the female narrator was less interesting.
No, I think it ended perfectly, leaving the reader to ponder if the granddaughter ever meets up with the undead man and confirm he has the book.
Overall, a little long, but loved the story.
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