Across the country women are being murdered by a killer who leaves no evidence, no fatal wounds, no signs of struggle, and no clues to a motive. They are, truly, perfect crimes. In fact, the only thing that links the victims is the man they all knew: Jack Reacher.
©2005 Lee Child (P)2012 Peunguin Audio
Typical good Jack Reacher book, but the voices Jonathan McClain gives the characters are horrible. Ugly voices, weird emphasis, really hard to want to continue in the book. I'm tempted to chuck the audible and buy the book to read instead, though I hate buying the book twice.
Performance was great. The story was fun to figure out. The result was clever. I have to wonder about my blood pressure when it comes to perfect timing. .. Such a close call.
His narrator was okay but make Reacher sound boring, and all the female character sounded like whiny children. Otherwise the site was good
I thought this was an excellent book. The thrill of the detective hunt was excellent, even if the foreshadowing of the murderer was too obvious. I wasn't surprised by the big reveal. Jack Reacher doesn't get physical in the book at all, which is unusual and different than the first 3 Jack Reacher books.
I liked the book. It was fast moving and very interesting. The narrator is good and kept a good pace. I'm getting the next one to compare Dick Hill to this narrator.
This is a good story but would have been great with Dick Hill narrating. McClain has the voice of a 135# weakling.
Yes with a new narration.
The story comes together at the end nicely but I was tempted to give up a couple of times near the beginning as the plot was developing. This isn't his most believable story line.
Suspenseful and exciting story. I think that this story was up there with all the other Jack reacher books that I've read. I really enjoy this narrator. He does a very good job. They're always twist and turns. These are exciting books that my husband and I both enjoy.
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