I would recommend this book to a friend. It is a "fun listen."
I wouldn't change anything so far. Can't wait to see where it leads.
Terrific narration. Perfect voice for the subject.
I like the blond from Drop Dead Diva for Tess,
I am looking forward to listening to more in the series. I have already downloaded the second book.
Yes. I listened to the entire book in two days.
Yes. Good story. Crazy twists.
Good narration - enjoyable listening.
I hope not.
The characters are fun and likeable. The story doesn't have the usual absurd twists that seem to be cropping up lately.
Several years ago I started a food themed series. I think the author was Diane Mott Davidson. As the series progressed, the supporting characters were muddled. I hope this series keeps the same focus.
Of course the heroine is my favorite but I would like to see more of the paramedic.
I look forward to continuing the series.
I would recommend the first four books of the series. If a series can keep me interested through four books I will definitely recommend it.
I would compare them to the earlier books of Patricia Cornwell. Teresa Burrell's characters are interesting and likeable. I hope she can keep it up. I wore out on Cornwell's characters and started to dislike the whole group.
Only in the Advocate series.
Each book in the series is better than the last. The investigator's "isms" make me laugh.
As with most mystery/thrillers it probably doesn't warrant a second listen. I am ready for the next one in the series.
I listened to the entire recording in a 24 hour period.
The interactions between Sabre, Bob and JP are fun.
I felt sorry for Mama T.
The series involves the Juvenile Court system. It's a bit of fresh air from the barrage of legal thrillers and courtroom dramas.
I liked the first book, but this one (Book 2) was even better.
I think Meghan Kelly did a better job with the narration - especially the voices.
Use the title - it fits.
Towards the end of the book I had a feeling how it was going to end. I was right, but the presentation was perfect.
Good storyline. Not one boring moment. Excellent narration.
Yes, but I don't want to post a spoiler.
Rosemary Benson brought the characters to life. One of my favorite audiobooks.
If Alice and Bobbi write the book for the proposed north south trip I would like to listen to it. Hopefully Rosemary will narrate this one too.
Not just once scene. I enjoyed listening to their entire trip - especially their separate thoughts at the end.
Yes. I finished it in two days. I see that another reviewer said the book was boring and that he/she kept waiting for something to happen. This was a book about a life experience, not CSI or Fifty Shades of Gray. This is a story about two wonderful women in their 50s who plan a trip for two years and then ride 3,600 miles across the U.S. in 90 days. Thank you Alice and Bobbi for sharing your story.
I really liked the narrator, Rosemary Benson. I plan to look for other books narrated by her.
What a refreshing change! No dismembered bodies, no strange poisons, no vampires and no dystopia. Deadmistress is just a good old-fashioned who done it.
When I realized that the heroine was likeable and smart.
I liked this new detective and hope there will be more in the series.
The elevator scene was certainly memorable.
Dr. Mary Watson
I did listen to is in one day (sitting, cleaning, grocery shopping).
At first I thought the narrator was going to be a bit irritating. The narrative was, for lack of a better word, staccato. As I continued to listen, however, the style of narration made sense. I would listen to Jess Reed again.
I look forward to listening to future books in the series (and read by the same narrator).
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