I didn't read the print version so I cannot compare it.
When the heroine finally accepted her daughter-in-law.
When the Heroine learned that she was't always right as she previously thought.
It was a little too long to listen to in one sitting.
When Lannie finally meets her first husband.
I cannot choose one. They were all well performed.
You will never forget this story.
Very predictable and trite. I was very disappointed.
I would have not used the whole plot. The "The Law is a Lady" started out okay, but it was downhill from there.
His reading was okay, but not great.
The characters were very well defined and each one was so very different.
I especially enjoyed Virginia's outlook on life.
The celebration of Virginia's 85th Birthday.
I think the title is very appropriate and I cannot think of a better one.
I didn't read the written version.
Yes, the plot kept me on the edge of my seat. I wanted to know how it would end.
When the jury came in with the verdict.
I was horrified by the continued prejudice in the South.
I was disappointed with the ending. It ended in a compromise that I didn't think was fair.
Grafton wins again.
Yes, it kept me wondering what was going to happen next. Three plots finally came together at the end.
Can you guess Who Done It?
I couldn't wait to get to the next chapter. A well written and a very good weaving of the story line from past to present. Characters were well developed.
Brooks was my favorite character because he showed such insight and understanding.
When Abigail met Brooks' family.
Yes it was but it was too long to do that.
The story line kept me involved and it had a happy ending.
same as above
I would take Chance.
Yes. Gives a good description of life in Botswana.
The relationship between Mma Matswe and her husband.
Characters were very described.
Yes, I would have listed to this book in one sitting.
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