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I had read the whole series over time and thoroughly enjoyed each and every one. However when I started listening to audio books I found it difficult to lose myself in the story...until I found Susan Ericksen reading the JD Robb series. She has made each character a special personality. It's almost as if I have never read these books before. I'm enjoying Peabody and MacNabb tremendously. I actually laugh out loud at some of the conversations between them as well as some of Eve's comments. This is a terrific mystery series. There is 'edge of your seat' murder plots mixed with family humor and wonderful guest characters. I eagerly look forward to the next in the series.
This book is a great listen, they all are!
I love this narrator, she is by far my favourite!
I don't appreciate the 1/2 books, the ones 1/2 the usual size - they seem short, abrupt, crammed.
I'm not sure, I haven't read the print version. I think I would have liked to read the jacket and fly pages so I knew a bit more about what to expect.
This question escapes me, I hadn't read any of this series before, so I had no idea what to expect. It was like going to a whole new country without a travel guide. I think it's time to find the first in the series to understand the premises better.
She was fine, a good reader that understood the text.
There were some "yuck" moments. That's not an editorial comment, they were supposed to be yucky and they were!
This is one of the best in the IN DEATH series.
When Eve actually new how to cook.
As always, when she reads it brings the characters to life.
When Eve resolved the Murder of the girl in the morgue.
Yes. It is short, just takes a couple of hours, but has a lot of action within that time. It's a good mystery story, too.
Eve and Roarke are both invested in the outcome of the mystery but on almost opposing sides on how to get results. They argue and get angry with each other but are respectful.
I always like Roarke's Irish brough the best but I though Detective Peabody was good, kind of comic relief.
It had it's intense moments.
Good, as usual. I enjoy this entire series.
Susan Ericksen is truly one of the best narrators out there.
I think the
Apple Girl in ATL
I love this series, don't get me wrong...
But, like all of these little "half" books interjected into the series, this one is short, and revolves around... shall we say? The supernatural? We've had witches, ghosts, vampires... And now satanists. Peabody gets wigged, Dallas stays cynnical, Roarke flutters somewhere in between, and it all gets wrapped up in a pretty little bow in less than 3 hours.
I didn't give anything away that anyone who has read some 30 of these novels couldn't have guessed at. :) The story is still yours to enjoy!
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