This story was a time passer. It had me guessing but the ending was a little weak. The reader was monotone and dry. But all in all the whole story line was really ok.
It helped me while commuting to and from work so I would recommend this audiobook.
The ending would have been slightly different. I would have left it open for part two or made it longer with more of a twist to keep the reader's eyebrow raised.
I would listen to another one and if it is as monotone I would not listen to anymore. This was my first with Nick Sullivan as the narrator.
The part in the book when the detective said he knew how the booktaker was stealing the books really moved me. I would never had guessed.
Please use more excitement while reading and I would love to hear a part two.
I really enjoyed all four volumes. The twists and turns in the book had me on the edge of my seat. It took me awhile to listen to the entire four volumes because I wanted to pace myself to 30 minutes per evening. The characters were full of surprises.
The attorney's role in the plot.
The narrator really switched from character to character smoothly and left an imaginative impression of all the scenes.
If there were more hours in a day, I could have listened to this in all one sitting.
I highly recommend this audio book.
This book kept me interested after the first five paragraphs. It was as if I were apart of the book. I can not wait until part two.
It can be compared to Baltimore Chronicles although the authors are different the story lines keep you drawn in like no others.
The annunciations were great. It was read at an easy pace.
None I do not eat out.
This is worth listening to, I highly recommend this audio book.
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