What an absurd conclusion- *Plot Warning* The main character (cop) sends his *girlfriend* into a "sting" operation with a serial killer and rapist... Oh, and the police chief authorizes the operation? I don’t think so!
I knew the story- I knew who would live or die. This story is still compelling- well read, well written and at its center a story that is amazing. Endurance may have been the name of the ship but Shackelton and his men had it- they endured!
The book is well worth the read- Granted it wanders off into a very odd place, but it wraps up quickly and well.
This was my first introduction to Ray Porter as a reader and he's great! A good reader is at least 50% of the enjoyment of a book and Porter ROCKS!
Don't miss this one. Great story- better than any Dracula movie you'll ever see. The cast is fantastic and the presentation throughout is flawless.
At least this one is short- I think I found one giggle in the whole thing- otherwise, it's irritating and silly.
This book was a "daily special" and it looked interesting- Tasmania and the (now extinct but fascinating) Tasmanian Tiger - a canine- like marsupial- are the topics.
It was GREAT! The reader caught the spirit of the narrator and the story is fantastic. What a surprise and I have ordered other books by this author- Sadly no more available at Audible.
I read Hard Country and then Backlands - Now I'm reading the earlier novels (Kevin Kerney series). McGarrity started writing traditional crime novels and in doing so developed his skills. The last two books are by far his best!
These books tell the tale of history, family, the country (New Mexico), ethnic diversity and all that accompanies it and he does it very well.
George Guidall is a great reader for these books too!
Brilliant reading by Rhind-Tutt. I won't spoil the plot twist but will say that he reads this with a fine knowledge of accents- American, Baaston, New Yark, Australian and British. At first I was irritated by it but it's a valid part of the plot.
Read on- it's worth it!
This was a fun book- in the style of A. Conan Doyle. Well read and crafted
Mountain climbers have always amazed me- Years ago I read _Annapurna_ by Maurice Herzog and considered it a self-inflicted horror story. This is, thankfully, shorter.
At first I was ready to set this one aside, then I got hooked. This is a surreal view of Hell. I have always thought that, if there is a Hell, it's probably tailored to the individual.
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