© Susan Rogers Cooper; (P)Recorded Books
This is an entertaining little book, just the right length for a weekend road trip. The plot was a little cliched and somewhat predicable, but not necessarily in a bad way. The story moved along nicely and was engaging, even humorous at times. I enjoyed Milt's realistic attitudes about his wife, relatives, and deputies. Tom Stechschulte chose a gravelly, down-home voice for Milt and it fit well, though I thought he drew out words a little excessively at times. All in all, if you want an entertaining mystery that isn't necessarily deep, this will fit the bill. If half-stars were an option, I?d probably have rated this three and a half. It?s better than three, so I went with four.
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