Laurel, Maryland | Member Since 2012
Best - was it reminded me of the "Cat Who" books by Lillian Braun. There was quite a bit if interesting information shared about the art of dying fabrics & yarns & also about plants. Actually I learned a lot. The story took place in a small town where people knew each other for the most part. The lives of the characters were interestingly protrayed & realistic. The twist for me came with an older female retailer becoming the amateur sleuth helping the police with the murder. The plot was kept moving & intersting but would never interest a person looking for a lot of hupla, guns, crime & violence. It was a single quite simple story but still not all that easy to solve in the beginning. The subjects of adultry, romance & gays were lightly & prudently written about. There wasnt really anything i didn't like I accepted the book for what it had & I enjoyed it.
No this was the first.
Sincere, talented, believable
I really enjoyed this book. It certainly kept my interest throughour & was extremely hard to second guess. The narration was great too. If there was a book I really needed when sleep evaded me it was this one. Yes
This book was captivating all the way to the end. In fact it felt like 4 books in one. The subject matter was very interesting & the narrator (Dick Hill) was excellent as usual. All in all I enjoyed it very much & would recommend it to others. It was my kind of book.
Kept me fascinated from beginning to end. I really hate to see these kinds of books end. Narration great too. Highly recommend.
Bith if these writer are very good, but together they SMOKE. It has been a long time when reading a book that i yearned to look up words in the dictionary, which in this book was aplenty. Bne chilling suspense was preasant too & as always subject matter was thoroughly researched. Thanks guys
Fabulous story line. interesting, exciting. With every turn a new plot, yet all connected in the end. A definate thriller
I have more than once. I lept loosing my place.
No clue so far...this must be a first
can't wait til the second book comes out
Full, modern, interesting
I liked them all
She nailed the part as narrator from beginning to end
The Charity Ball
How Sophie was always one step ahead of everyone.
I loved the language & words never heard in todays society. The men actually had something to say.
She brought the character alive in a very neat way.
Oh yea, I laughed everytime Sophie got the upper hand which was always.
Just about everything!
Absolutely, especially when you realize even the smallest comment from Reacher has a big meaning.
He is a wonderful narrator who makes Reacher the character he is.
Watch your back, then watch it again.
Nope, except read the book or listin to it.
How anger, emoitional & mental pain can be healed & love can reenter ones life.
Coudn't choose just one
It was a good thriller all the way through, & the bad guy gets it in the end
All the parts that described how two very unhappy people could stay the course to happiness.
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