Yes, I liked the reader's voice and the pace of the story. She differentiated between the voices of various characters very well.
The plot kept me guessing till the end as to who the murder was and what were their motivations.
I like her as Skye, Ms. Leto's voice hit just the right note for the 34 year old school psychologist.
I love the way that Wally relates to Skye, he knows how to treat a woman properly.
I loved this book so much that I've bought the rest of the available series on Audible and the earlier books on Kindle. I'll be listening/reading it again and again.
Fan of the series since book one. This was second read (in prep for listening to the newest) and I still held my breath at the end.
Great read with lots of twists. Will begin to listen to it again. Will look for more in the series.
I've read a few later books which selected this one through one of the 4.95 promotions. Suspenseful with a sympathetic, flawed hero. The narrator read well--even the women's voices. Compelling read, can't wait for book one to download so I can start at the beginning. I'll be purchasing the rest of the series.
Love King and Maxwell stories and this one was suspenseful to the end. Wish they'd bring back their TNT show.
I'm addicted to the Castle TV show and the Nikki Heat series--especially via Audible. If you enjoy the series, you've got to purchase the entire series. I especially enjoyed this one because I'm a New Yorker who lived through Huricane Sandy and recognize all the sites. As dessert, the closing credits are a delight as they thank all the precinct members in Richard Castle character. I can't wait for the next book and in the meantime will listen again staring with book one.
Great story with Manhattan as a backdrop is familiar to this NYC resident. Enjoy the friendship between the ladies and the plot. I've bought the entire series and this is my second read. Only hitch is the narrator's voice. Some of the voices, esp Cassidy and Edwards sound like a talking zombie impression, but not insurmountable. Can't wait for book five.
I loved the first few books, but maybe it's because I'm 50+, but i see Mattie making so many foolish decisions that I couldn't wait for the book to be over. Thinking that gambling is he best way to grow the settlement money you've received, losing over $30K and still wanting to go back and try some more--ridiculous! I guess it's all about advancing the plot/drama, but the fact that Mattie and Hurley can't just talk about their feelings is also ridiculous.
I was ready to drop the series, but just realized I'd already bought the next book, so let's hope she learns how to talk to Hurley, ignore the ex-husband and get her job back--or, duh, move to another city.
I believe the first book was offered in one of the discount campaigns and it's been sitting in my library for months. I love episodic cozy mysteries and this one was perfect. The Washington, DC backdrop, smart characters with interesting careers and the family relations made it very interesting, the suspenseful murders and sizzling (but not too explicit) romance made the rest of the series a must to purchase.
Yes, I would definitely recommend it. Anyone who's a Castle fan will see the characters come through in the pages of the book and enjoy a satisfying conclusion to a storyline that run almost from the beginning of the series/book.
It's a close call, as all ways, between Rook and Heat, but I have to go with Rook. Rook's boyish enthusiasm over the crime as well as how his source connections are legion and always seem to give him some advantage that amazes and confounds Heat.
clear, modulated, fluent.
Yes, I listened to and from work as well as fell asleep to it each night. I'm restarting it right away.
I loved the Acknowledgements and his thanks to the Castle characters and the actors themselves. Amusing Castle finish to a good read.
I've disliked the story line for son Arch and Goldie's doormat behavior. I guess this is how teenaged, mass-murdering gunmen get their start.
predictable, but satisfying.
Julian, as always. He's the most level-headed character in all the stories.
Because I'm addicted to serialized cozy mysteries, I have purchased and listened to the whole series a few times, but every time I listen I become more annoyed with Goldie's unending capacity to allow herself to insert herself into situations that are none of her business. I hope her newest story (The Whole Enchilada) takes a different turn. If not, I'm done.
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