Now I'm ready to delve into the series. I almost always like Scott Brick's narration (yes, there have been some exceptions), so that's what prompted me to try a new (for me) author. It was a good move.
It took me three tries to finish. What a bunch of losers! Are there really people in the world like that? Please god I never meet up with them
..."meh", but there is a minimum of 15 words to describe what I think of the book and I have three words left to go...
I'm a sucker for good fiction with a strong history base. I listened to both versions of the book. Rather enjoy the writer's notes at the end of the chapters better than at the end of the story.
It's unfortunate there are no more of the series because so many story lines are left hanging, but there you are.
Tami Hoag's usual concisely-written effort. You (almost) don't see it coming. Worth the credit.
I'm in a British-mystery-writer-phase. (Can you tell?) I rather like Anne Perry's writing and the William Monk character. Of course narrator Davina Porter was reason for trying the series.
Once again, those of you who are offended by the use of the "n" word...even when used in context...should avoid this book. (It still shocks me when I hear it.)
Beware of the "n" word. It's used in context, but if you're offended by its use don't get this book. Otherwise, an OK story with gratuitous sex.
...2 books, 1credit. My favorite way to try new (to me) authors. Turns out it is narrated by one of my favorites. Think I'll try #2.
This wasn't an easy listen, but it was worth every second. I needed to take breaks from this book because it was so involved. John Lee was, as usual, fantastic.
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