The narrator matched very nicely the character.
The story was very predictable, you could easily figure out what had transpired along the way.
A plot twist or two, a surprise ending, some drama.
J.D. Jackson was the best thing about the listen. He seemed very believable. At the same time many of the characters in the book sounded very similar.
No, not unless Grisham, pens a suspenseful, dramatic, portrayal of men who are incarcerated, desperate, and riveting.
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