Between a budding romance with a beautiful forensics investigator and visions of Von Stroheim's ghost, Valentino's madcap race to save the flick is as fast and frenetic as a classic screwball comedy.
©2008 Loren D. Estleman; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks America
RPG, history and movie fan
Yes, as I love the way William Dufris read each character so well.
I was never tense, but I did want to know who had committed the crime and why. It's very intelligent and quite funny.
The mentor is wonderful. And the secretary is priceless!
No single moment comes to mind, but the story as a whole touched me deeply. I will listen to it again very soon.
I am keeping watch to see when any new books come out from Loren D. Estleman. And I have a growing library read by William Dufris.
I recommend both "Alone" and "Frames". They are satisfying stories, well-read and I laughed out loud many times.
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