The J.D. Robb, Eve Dallas series, is one of the best. Susan Ericksen's gift for capturing the characters' persona hits the mark every time. I have listened to 20 of these audio books and read the others. I intend to eventually buy those I've read so I can enjoy Susan's narration. The story lines are always very interesting and some of the humorous lines have me laughing out loud. Somehow, J.D. Robb is able to make the love making between her and Roark different in every book and a wonderful experience without seeming tawdry or vulgar, even though at times their banter can be; however, it is usually very humorous. Keep writing them J.D. I just finished the latest, Kindred in Death, and as usual the narration was top notch.
Definitely in the top ten...
The heartt-wrenching telling of the horrific lynching of Seth & Ansel's father.
Excellent performance...I could see each character in my mind's eye.
A laugh or two...but the lynching brought me to tears.
When the audiobook's release date was announced I did not hesitate to pre-order...and then anxiously waited. I was so excited when I was able to purchase & download that I immediately did so & started listening. I finsihed listening in three days, only because I had a busy week and was away from home & my computer. There's no doubt that if I had not had so many activities in that week, I think I could have listened to this audiobook in one sitting. On the other hand, when I was forced to stop listening and get on with my day, it was with anticipation that I awaited the time when I could listen again.John Grisham, over the years, is without a doubt one of my favorite authors. It is so refreshing to listen to his stories without his having to embelish with sex scenes and make a character use foul language or use Christ's name to represent the character's frustration or anger. Thank you for that, Mr Grisham. Cannot wait for another amazing story
Enthralling! Engaging! Intriguing!
The relationship that develops between Abigail & Brooks.
Excellent performance. Her ability to give each character a voice that you could picture what they might look like.
The Epitome of Intrigue!
I have long been a fan of Nora Roberts' "In Death Series." Have read and listened to several of her books but will defintely start looking for other stories that I have missed.
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