I enjoy almost all of Robert B Parker's books, I enjoy Joe Mantegna's narration and the 'saids' are just a part of Parker's writing style that I've grown to love. Thoroughly enjoyed the story, the characters and the narration.
I love the Prey books and now I look forward to the Virgil Flowers novels. Sandford mixes in just enough personal stuff without overdoing it. His descriptive talents bring the scenes alive and, again, without overdoing it. This was hard to put down and Eric Conger's narration is among the best.
This was a long book and therefore I consider it a tribute to the author’s storytelling ability that I was involved throughout. I also love books that bring history alive through the lives of ordinary people and this he does so well. Combined with John Lee’s excellent narration, it was well worth the commitment.
Loved the book. In many books, I often wish there was less of the characters' personal lives but not this time. I was interested in every bit. And I figure a narrator is very good when I don't hear him but hear the characters and they come to life. Well done!
sadly, I can't get past the reader who swallows too loudly and whose narration is too plodding.
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