I find them comparable
It was one of the funniest mysteries I have listened to in a long time
The acting was so good, and the writing so complete that scene after hilarious scene made itself vivdly present. It is too difficult to tell which was the best.
I laughed, and laughed, and laughed
This was my first experience with the author and narrator team. After listening, I can say that I am a confirmed fan of Joan Hess and C J Critt
I liked both
It was full of twists and turns that kept me guessing, but the plot was also consistent with foreshadowing and clues supplied all along, so that it did not result in one of those irritating
This is one of her best performances.
It is definately worth the time to listen
Definately. It is funny, it portrays the
Most of the time. Of course, as in any good
Yes. It was a little difficult to realize that the murder victim was a youngster, but as her character developed later in the book, it made it more palatable. As for the performer, she is excellent. She has her characters well developed, although Ruby B seems to have more of a Bronx accent than your local Arkansas dialect. Overall
I listen to these as I commute, so this would not be possible, but I certainly looked forward to each new listen.
I personally like both versions. I enjoy reading, but I have a two hour commute to work each way, and Audiobooks are a real life saver for me. The performance was excellent, and the story just the type of
The character development is excellent. The story is cute, not overly full of violence, but has surprising twists and turns that make it an entertaining listen.
Her command of the characters, both in voice and personality, was excellent. Reading aloud is an art as well as a skill, and she delivers believable, entertaining characters who move the story along nicely.
There were several
I am now a confirmed addict of Rhys Bowen and Katherine Kellgren
The book was entertaining, and the reading passably good. However, I rather expected the strange and tangential humor of the typical Hiaasen book, and it simply was not present. A good read for a golfer, but not for the mystery buff.
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