G M Ford writes books that are both funny and exciting, Cast in Stone is no exception. The story moves fast, is logically coherent and comes to a satisfying conclusion.
Leo Waterman, because he is likable, smart and funny.
Jeff Harding did an excellent job, he really brings the individual characters to life.
Yes, I did laugh out loud quite a few times, which is fairly rare for me.
Leo is certainly the star, a unique character in detective fiction
Patrick Lawlor did an adequate job, but I prefer Jeff Harding's reading of the Waterman novels. I don't think Lawlor is particularly good at finding characterisitc voices for the individual characters and they all sound very similar.
Yes - I am not a fan of this guided review system.
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