Detective Moses Byone is back! With his trusted partner, former antiques dealer Armond Fontenot, they tackle a case that is over one hundred and fifteen years in the making. Investigating chests of gold and silver stolen during the Civil War, Mose and Armond find themselves in the midst of a violent and enigmatic case. When their client Marcel Lavolier comes up murdered, they must solve his questionable and mysterious death if they are to escape the danger alive. With an incredible and astonishing ending, Death on Canal Street delivers the supernatural darkness, intrigue and mystery known for Detective Byone's 1973 New Orleans.
©2015 Ricardo M Fleshman (P)2016 Ricardo M Fleshman
Detective Moses Byone and sidekick Armand Fontenot
The atmosphere of New Orleans. The slightly offbeat characters without being cartoonish characterizations
When Moses saw Bastiste alive. What a twist.
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I really tried to get into this book, but I just couldn't. The narration was just so bad it made it impossible to enjoy it. The character voices were terrible and the way he pronounced certain words grated on my nerves. The premise of the book is intriguing enough that I may try it in print, but I just couldn't get through it as an audio book. I stopped and started this book 3 times in the hopes that something would have changed, but nope, couldn't do it.
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Detective Byone has one wild case. Trying to catch a killer who witnesses claim to be the devil with red eyes. Byone weeds through the conductor, the french horn player and a few others before solving the case. Even though he finally identifies the killer he is
unable capture him.
I'm retired USAF and fully retired with a lot of time to read now. Read my whole life so thought I'd give some of that knowledge back.
Turns, Twists and OMG!
When Moses saw Bastiste alive. What a twist.
I really liked Armound. I think he pro-traded him to a tie and it was just as I pictured him.
There were so many. It started right from the beginning and did not stop til the end, where it left you hanging right there for the next installment.
This was the first book that I have read from Ricardo M. Fleshman and I was truly amazed at how he kept me interested all the way through the book. I thought that I would be lost coming into the 4th book of a series, but not at all. Characters were developed great and surprises were around every corner.
The narrator did a fantastic job and I could differentiate between each and every character and he kept the story moving at a great speed.
Thank God for books of all kinds and ears to hear
I was really looking forward to listening to this audiobook and it delivered. I was able to keep up much better in this book. I admit to not being able to keep all the characters straight in his other books but this one kept the count down which was a great thing for my listening brain. A big surprise in the end was a great asset to peaking my interest.
I am much more used to the narrator now, but I'm never going to really cotton to him. I think he is talented, but not my cup of tea. His French is a bit forced but better than his Italian. And as always, his voice is too soft for me to reconcile it with Moses.
The 'scenery' was great as always and one my favorite characters is New Orleans. I look forward to more!
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I have just recently started to listen to audiobooks, so have to honestly say ranks as number 4 out of 4
The plot was good and each chapter ended with my wanting to hear the next one
Detective Byone was the one character I would list as my favorite
I don't have any idea what a tag line would be
I see that this is book 4 in a series and think that I might have even enjoyed it more had I read the first three and learned more about the main characters. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom
Characters not developed enough.
Started out well but got to rambling with too many French pronunciations
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My first look at this series and it is a good book. Probably should have read/listened to the earlier books, but the story still flowed nicely.
Nicholas Patrella delivers a good performance. As with any first time listening to a new narrator, takes a bit to get used too, but it is a good book and read well.
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Mid 60's Male. 9,800 Kindle books, close to 500 Audible books with 200 reviews. Over 1000 Helpful votes for reviews on Amazon.
The evolution of the mystery and a pretty good narration by Nicholas Patrella. It's a dark noir-type private detective novel set in New Orleans in the 1970’s
The atmosphere of New Orleans pre Katrina. The slightly offbeat characters without being cartoonish characterizations.
Detective Moses Byone and sidekick Armand Fontenot.
murder most complex in the Big Easy.
Thank you for making this available for review.
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"Just couldn't get into it due to the narrator"
Narrators are a very personal issue and for me this particular narrator did not make the book enjoyable. I just couldn't get into the book so I can't really comment on what it is like. Someone else might thoroughly enjoy it.
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