I really loved this audio book. The reader was also very good in depicting the different characters.
not so much detail, both medical and techical. Also, even speaking as Scarpetta the character brings out her numerous flaws that have intensified in herself. The sold Scarpetta mysteriess have long dissappeared and now the boring, boring stories have lost the magic
more mystery and less boredom, Boring, booorrriiinnnggg
Don't know, but her reading of a bad book does not make her a bad narrator
will not make the mistake again thinking new books by Cornwell will be as interesting as the first and will not waste my money
After the last book that was a total waste, I thought the old Cornwell would come back. This has got to be the worst waste of time and money.
Please Kathy Reichs write more
I really, really tried to get into this book but it was useless. I hate to criticize narrators but it was so hard to imagine a 30 something character with that voice.
I heard this book when I first joined Audible but I go back to it because it is so good. Everything is so vivid that I can see the characters clearly in my mind and the twists to the end are most welcome.
Never read (or heard) books by Sandra Brown so maybe they are all the same with so much details of the sexual encounters that I gagged. Story was intricate and a mystery until the end. Very good plot.
Book was so good. I did not want it to end. More twists and turns than I could have imagines. Loved it.
Started out very strange and just when I thought it was getting good the story got so convoluted that I had a hard time understanding what was going on. It ended in such a dark, dark manner that I had a nightmare the night I finished the audio book. Very, very strange. The narrator, however, was very good.
when the reader did the reading on the men characters it sounded awful. I thought up to now that I liked Wesley and I did kind of like the character of Marino but after this---no way
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