Instructed to swallow her indignation, Joanna awaits the arrival of the newest member of the state's Special Homicide Investigation team, a man named J. P. Beaumont. Sheriff Brady resents his intrusion and cannot help but make her feelings known.
But the road they are forced to travel together takes some unexpected turns, running them headfirst into the impenetrable stone walls of a conspiracy of silence. Brady and Beaumont's hunt is disturbing a very deadly nest of rattlers, and suddenly trust is the only option they have.
©2002 J.A. Jance; (P)2002 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
"Both narrators are superb" (AudioFile)
the narrators. For 16 books Gene Engene has been the narrator and has developed the character of JP exceptionally. His skills make him one of my favorite narrators.
I'm sure Debra and Cotter are fine narrators but it was very difficult to listen to them read this book - especially Cotter since his voice is 180 degrees different from Gene's
Only one narrator. I'm not a fan of multiple narrators. This sounds like old time radio acting out a story.
In an effort to be redundant - note to publishers - stick with what is great.
After Gene Engene, no one can quite do JP Beaumont justice. The narrator makes the book.
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