.........reading the author's personal religious beliefs disguisd as a suspense novel, be my guest. Not up to Dan Brown standards. Forgeting that the story line is very unbeleivable, I don't like my suspense novels being op-ed pieces. Sorry, I really was looking for another DaVinci code but got a 12 hour editorial instead and I probably agree wih most of what the author is preaching.
I consider myself a big Jonathan Kellerman fan having read or listened to every one of his books. I am not a Faye Kellerman fan having read none of her books. I was excited about this opportunity figuring I could enjoy Jonathan and maybe become a fan of Faye. Neither happened. When I finished the listen, I was sure that part of each story didn't make it in the download. Surley I missed downloading part 2! Unfortunately I didn't. Each story has great potential, each is unfilled. It would have worked better if each of them wrote part of 1 story instead of 2 stories. Hopefully this won't delay the next J. Kellerman book, but I know that's only wishful thinking.
Double very disappointing!
Great story and better narration. For me, the reading can make a bad story tolerable and a good story great entertainment. This one makes you sure that Harry is real and actually working in LA. So entertaining that it made me want to right this review - and I'm not even done listening to it!
Thank God for the narrator, Stephen Beck was the only reason I listened to the end since the end was predictable half way through.
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