I have not read the print version but this was a great story.
The twists that the story took at the end...totally unexpected.
I would prefer not to.... He is not pleasant to the ear but if he is linked to Christopher's writings I will have to suffer through it because the stories are awsome.
No! I am just trying to rush through another of his books now. Just keep writing Christopher!
I did listen to it again. It was worth a second listen.
Actually, Travis McGee story keeps my attention.
I do not believe I have listened to Petkoff's performance but I never pay that much attention to the performer unless he is bad.
Then I make a note not to get other books by him.
It surprised me. It was very well written. Lots of twists.
I would recommend any of the Harry Bosch series to my friends. Harry is not a likeable guy but you end up liking him.
I so wanted to know who was doing all the kills but I had a hunch. Of course, I was wrong.
I like him
Absolutely worth my time. I got to understand Harry better after knowing where he came from.
I have bought everyone of Rhys Bowens books to date. She keeps me entertained with her heroine. I feel like I personally know Georgiana.
Because I love the series I would be very happy to see a follow up book.
I would say among the top 20% rank. I liked it so much I bought five more Harry Bosch books after listening to this one.
It kept me guessing all through the book and when I finished I was quite surprised.
I was particularly moved when Eleanor was discussing her relationship with her brother and how she found out the truth of his death.
She is so funny...so innocent. Loved her as a maid...and as an escort LOL
Very high up I would say in the top 75%
I just could not figure out who the murderer was...I suspected everyone except the real culprit.
She is very good. I would say as good as she always is.
Not really. a book is a book.
Georgiana in Nice...with Coco Chanel and her mother...what else could you ask for.
It is very informative as to the inadequacy of the present inhabitant of the White House.
It totally describes him to a T.
When discussing the first international failure this man had as a president. When he decided to go to Copenhagen and beg for the Olympics to be turned down in the first round. It describes his arrogance and amateurish behavior. As the writer says: The president should never go anywhere unless he knows the outcome but he thought that his "charisma" would win the world over.
He was a little boring. I would have had someone else do the reading.
Not everything that glitters.....
I would place Her Royal Spyness among the top 75% of audiobooks I have listened to.
It was light, interesting, pleasent.
I loved the story line. It kept me in suspense.
I have never heard Katherine Kellgren before but I do look forward to hearing her again.
It's not easy being a poor relative.
I will be reading more of this writer's books. I just purchased a few more. It left me wanting for more.
I have not read the print version. Cannot opine.
Carlos. He told his story which was almost my story and the story of most kids who were sent by our parents to the US at the beginning of the Revolution.
When they went to the Country Club in Miami. As a child I also went to that club and it brought back many many memories.
Yes. It made me both laugh and cry. It reminded us of the great sacrifice our parents made for us and it also made me thankful that they did.
I can't wait till Carlos writes another book. He is a great story teller.
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