It's another of the best in the Eve Dallas series, if I could say it was page turning I would but instead I will say that I couldn't turn it off. The stories are all good but this is one of the best.
It had intrigue, horror, suspense and got to answer some of the questions we have had about Eve (the main chararcter). Simply stunning story
She is now and will always be Eve Dallas....I couldn't after so many books think of her as anyone else. She captures in my mind the true essence of the characters in the series and has made them her own so that they come alive in our imaginations as we listen. Brilliant.!
I am always amazed at how J D Robb can write such horror and suspense and then blend such stories together such as the bride series (as Nora Roberts) which are so joyous and loving - what a talent!!
I just loved listening to this story as it was a classic in it's formulae. Little tweeks through the story make it a good read.
Jane is a great character and so are the others around her. The murderer is a surprise and that was a nice twist but on hindsight there had been clues!
Kate Maquire continues her story in this book and its great to travel with her as she solves another confounding mystery. Graham Masterons imagination is definately gory and most definately in parts gross but at the same time I wanted to know what and who were behind those masks. The effort that he puts into every death is truly amazing and horrifying and the next death worse than the last it can make the jaw drop in horror!
Though there have been similiar story lines Lincoln Child tells a good story. I enjoyed the characters - Lash and Tara, who for once don't land up together (sorry not giving the plot away really)
The plot is well told and that does make it worth listening to all the way to the end as you sort of figured out early one who the main culprit was particularly when Lashs' personal details seem to go awry.
Loved him as Lash..Barret has a good voice for story telling and is very easy on the ear.
Give it a go and even though you may know how it will end - it really is worth it!
I love the characters - the Women's Murder Club - all of them are so unique and it's enjoyable to be part of the crew.
It's fast and has a furious pace that enables the reader to enjoy the storyline that keeps you on your toes.
Hold onto hats and enjoy the ride!
Absolutely! After all a Phryne Fisher story is always a good read.
Though she does sing in this it certainly is not as grating as it was in a previous book....however there is this one song! I am not a musician and what do I know about singing!
Hmm the meeting of two males as they explored each other raised my eyebrows not exactly a moving moment.
When Phryne shoots a nasty piece of work it seems so matter of fact that it's over before it's begun. The description and knowledge of Menelssohns music was very interesting to learn about and weaving it through the choir was an excellent idea. My only other thought was - is Phryne ever bad at anything?
The book and the characters are fun and truly delightful. Also the characters are much older than the usual age of central characters.
It was such a delightful mystery and very light hearted and simply enjoyable.
She made the character come to life that occasionally made me laugh at the antics.
An enjoyable and simple story that will delight.
I would add the print version to my collection as I just LOVED the audio book.
Both the Scott and his best girl Maggie are fantastic characters. Scott and Maggie are struggling in their own unique ways.
Maggies recollection of her time with her handler Scott at the timber yard. Her thoughts and his reassuring touch is just lovely.
This mystery is exciting, the characters amazing and it really is a page turner!
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the ongoing story of Ali Reynolds and her wonderful aide Leland Brooks. The story line was exciting as was the second underlying story relating to Leland.
Loved the narrator's performance - though I am not sure if it was my aging ipod but the cut and joining of narration is at times annoying.
If you love Jance you'll love this next Ali Reynolds Mystery. Thanks J. A. Jance.
I loved it, once again Eve Dallas speaks for the dead....all 12 of them in fact. J D Robb enables us to join Eve as she unearths and puts together the clues in her indomitable way. It's clever and the killer wasn't who I really expected (I had such high hopes for the matron) however if you enjoy J D Robb you'll love the next in the "In Death" series.
Mr Mira giving Eve the "Stupid hat and the red gloves".
Nothing Susan Erickson is Eve - Don't ever change her !
It was like spending a wonderful time with a friend finding out her exploits.
No not necessarily but still enjoyable.
The main character is adorable, she is not only feisty but intelligent and above all fun.
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