I would like to reply to the first reviewer because I've already sung Perry's praises and have nothing to add to that. I find the Monk character fascinating because he represents that dark past that is only half-remembered. Because Anne Perry herself committed murder as a young girl, she has lived w it and I believe the Monk character grows from this.
Sometimes, I cannot for the life of me understand why certain books become so popular. This one is written in a very repetitive style (yawn) and there's not much of a plot, but it's stretched out for many hours. I jumped to the end so I could see what happened, but I sure didn't enjoy the 6 hrs I did listen to.
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