Crais tells a good story that I consider mystery light. It is always engaging but does not require a lot of thinking. Some more intrigue might help. Some of it seems implausible, but the humor makes it worthwhile.
Crais uses a lot of humor and I like the funny side of Elvis Cole.
Mel Foster brings lightness and air and a comic's touch to the reading.
The story line was predictable and really dragged out. This book could have been half as long. It became boring.
There were no surprises and the sex was silly. The Texas stereotypes were too much. Insisting that characters have double names was over the top.
Female. Lacking. Soothing.
Sex between Eve & Roark.
The reader was above average except for male voices.
It always amazes me how many times James Lee Burke can work rain into his books. Being from Houston, I know about rain. However, it seems it is forever raining on the bayou. I laugh each time he starts to talk about the rain storm.
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