Olympia, Washington | Member Since 2011
Gripping, Smart, Devious.
Always Lucas Davenport.
He becomes the characters. Great reading voice, excellent emotional investment in the book.
It was all good.
You will love to hate this writer and reader....they are so good, you would rather listen than eat.
This is the most interesting book. You go with a woman to prison. All of the jargon,
ways of doing things, food.......
The friends she makes and their backgrounds. How they make food in secret, how they make or don't make friends. The reader is fabulous.
The last scene is wonderful.
The way a prison works......
I think you will enjoy this book. I listen to lots of books....I seldom write a review but this book deserves it.
One guy against an army, you will love this. The Gray Man never gets fair odds.Always there is a team to kill him and he, by skill and Mcgiver, wins the day.
The Man Called Noon by Louis L Amour. Last of the Bread by Louis L amour. Masculine, great fights, straight up plot with how to get there a deffinite unknown.
The guy is perfect for this book.
Well, they already made a movie called the Glimmer Man. If you see him, you are aready bleading out. So, the grey man is a high tech, against all odds, good guy hit man.
I bought other Greaney audio books. They are all superb.
Yes, you never get bored. All the twists and turns and romance on the side and international
intrigue and human nature make it a great book.
Always Virgil Flowers, though "Ma" was a standout for more than one reason.
When hmmmm, I don't want to give it away but there is a great deception than the novel is based on.
No, I have my life to live, but it never gets boring and I look forward to hearing about the next exploits in the book from foreign agents to local cops.
John Sanford is a great read or listen. Any book is good. I have listened to them all from Virgil Flowers, cop, to Lucas Davenport Detective.
Sanford's' grasp on politics and police life is the best. I have all of his books. The only negative thing I can say is I detest Weather, Lucas Davenports' pushy, feminist wife.
She is not present in this book so much.
The stories this man weaves and how things work are amazing. His early books and this book are the best.
How criminal politics can get.
Always Lucas. Then, that F----- Flowers.
Yes, loved the story, glad that Weather is not ruining it for anyone who doesn't swoon over pushy feminist thought.
He is a superb author.
I have listened to ten of his books and all are good.
John Sanford knows the world of cops and crime with a twist of romance. Great stuff.
I can't imagine anyone else reading the book. He becomes the charactors.
I read all of JA Jance's books and figured I would never find a comparable author. I did in John Sanford.
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