This book was excellent in content and the reader was wonderful. Hated for it to end!!
I found this book to be an okay mystery, but the reader was poor, especially on the women's voices. He made the teenage daughters voice so whiney all the time-it really got old.
It was a little to graphic for me especially since it is listed a Christian fiction.
Yes, not enough range of voice in his characters-lots of times too flat.
No way too much violence for the screen.
The story started out very slow, but it did build up. But what annoyed me in the extreme was using a British narrator for what was suppose to be an American Naval drama. James Adams barely tried to use an American accent and he used all the British pronunciations for words like schedule. It detracted from the whole book.
I liked his other books better.
Only if the story was set in Britain
I enjoyed this new (for me) writer and I thought her mystery interesting. Having grown up in Ohio, I liked this was set in Cleveland. Hope to see more of Lisa Black's work on audible
One of the best books and well worth the investment of time! The reader was very talented!
I was really looking forward to this book, but it was not worth the money I paid for it. Even I have a more interesting life than these two!! Don't buy this if you are looking for anything beyond mundane.
After reading Michael Koryta's Lincoln Perry series my husband and I were eager for more from this author. Unfortunately this is as far from Lincoln Perry as can be. This is a paranormal tale and not at all what we were expecting. If paranormal and not murder mystery is for you this might be good for you, but we didn't like it at all.
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