I thought "London Bridges" was a good "listen". The story hung together well and characters and situations seem to hang together well.
Does it compare with the quality of the author's other books? I think so. I was happy to see that the author spent more time with the storyline and with the "Wolf" than with "Alex" and his family and love life. I could see that he needed to build a foundation for Alex's love and family life in his previous books but he devoted just enough and not too much time with them in this one.
All in all a pretty good audiobook.
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