Less Italian language, much less of Havers flaunting any reasonable police procedure without seeming consequences
I have enjoyed E. George's books for years. This book and the one with Freudinger's cat were both far beyond a good mystery read - more like a college class for which I had not taken the introductory course.
Same plot line and behavior of the characters, except for the giraffe which made no sense at all.
disappointment - I had to re-listen to one of the early books to remind myself why I used to enjoy them so much.
I love the Temperance Brennan books and frequently listen to them more than once. This time, however, I was disappointed. Maybe because Andrew Ryan was mostly a footnote, her daughter was a bored "also mentioned", and the plot/character development seemed thin. I was interested in the NASCAR information, but could have gotten most of it for free from Wikepedia.
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