No, did not care for the narrator
It is always Jesse Stone's humanity. He cares for what is right, more than what is expedient. He saw through the bluster of a hurting teenager and tried to instill some self worth.
He cannot change voice effectively
Hopped Up Husband's Hit on Hollywood Hottie
"Robert Parker's" books are predictable and that's what I like. I count on it. Michael Brandman did a good job at capturing his voice. I was surprised to find Jesse with a cat instead of a dog. Did I miss a book? The book had enough sub plots
i.e a movie star's junkie husband, stealing at the local water company, a spoiled and truly nasty teenage girl and even at the end a self absorbed FBI team leader to keep me listening straight through a Sunday. If you like Parker you will add this book to your history.
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