The author attempted too many topics from local gangsters, to ex Nazi criminals to senior citizens importing drugs to east European sex slaves to Japanese Yakusa gangs; too much going on.
Cut it down in subject matter. Rebus has always been enjoyable.
Most anybody else. The main accent for Rebus was ok, but the narrator trying other characters was grating to the ear.
Perhaps. The narration is terrific.
This is a story about a person with integrity who loves his occupation, and everything about it. A principled man.
The narration can enhance a good book, or kill it. In this case, Frank Muller does a terrific piece of work.
Stuart, the main character. He is an honest man with enormous integrity.
One of the best. This is well written and again, the narration is top notch.
While the story line is good, what stands out is the narration. I've listened to this narrator, Gerald Doyle, just for his work. He does most of his narration for this author, Adrian McKinty, and together the work of the author is superb.
Besides having a very good story, the narration brought the story alive, and I listened with a lot of chuckling and guffawing. Loved the accents and the humor behind the story.
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