Way too much to talk about here, but let's just say there were too many subplots and they seemed quite contrived. Additionally, these experienced law men and women at times seemed like novices -- it was quite unbelievable.
Everything. She did a wonderful job of giving each of the characters a distinctive voice. I particularly liked her portrayal of the professor.
I'll just say it was entertaining.
Anyone who doesn't like the current president of the United States.
Perhaps not be so obviously partisan in his politics. He doesn't like the current American president and the president in this book is supposed to represent him. All I can say is that the book would have been much better if the author hadn't infused it with his political feelings and made the president look like such an improbable idiot. The stateside plot is just laughable; the one taking place overseas is not much better and the connection between the two is tenuous.
I listened to several of Mr. Thor's other books and liked, even loved, some of them. However, this one is just plain horrible. I'm unable to finish listening to it.
He's always good.
All of them, and toss the book away.
The story itself is a masterpiece. Carol O'Connell is so very talented that it boggles my mind that she is not as well known as some other authors of the genre. The performance was pitch perfect as well. I love, love, love Mallory and all the "supporting" characters.
Yes. This is her best performance yet.
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