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Yes I would because it is, so far, one of the very best J.P. stories I've listened to.
Some of the previous J.P. stories.
The female Arizona detective did a good impression.
My listening time is usually limited to only about one hour a day but several times I had problems to quit in right time while listening to this story.
I've been driving on those mountain roads in Arizona during a holliday trip some years ago and therefore it is easy to understand J.P.'s fear while travelling there in a small car together with a female "kamikaze driver"
The story was not Jance's best, but still kept you in suspense. I missed Seattle. And felt that J.P Beaumont was not at his best.
As ALWAYS, Gene Engene's performance was so good. He pulls you into the story, so that you "see" all of the characters, and feel an integral part of the story. I love the continuity of the characters.
Start "reading" at Book 1 to get the full story, otherwise you will never know the real truth about Ann Corley.
If you like a book that you don't know who it was till the vary end then ull love this book. J.A. Jance has a talent for writing detective novels that i personally havn't found a equal to. This book will keep u guessing till the vary end.
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