©1999 Robert B. Parker; (P)2009 Phoenix
This reader CANNOT do Parker. Those of us who love the English language, and who love rhythm that authors create, look forward to someone reading who understands that musical magic. This guy is TERRIBLE. Everywhere there's a period (which is very frequent with Parker!) he reads as a comma or a question mark. It's EXCRUTIATING. AWFUL. PLEASE do not let this guy read Parker again, and I really want my money back.
I buy audio books to listen to during my commute and for taking long walks.
interesting complex plot, I wasn't on the edge of my seat, but remained very interested
He does a good spenser, but all the characters sound the same. I could not differentiate Spence from Hawk
Kept me interested as I commuted and on my walks.
This was the 2nd audio book I ever listened to and got me hooked on audio. The story line was interesting, the personal interaction of Susan Spenser and Hawk was funny and warm and gives a first comer to Spenser a good view of the characters. I have since read all of the Spenser series and they are those that I'll read, or listen to, over and over. Just so sorry the run is over. We lost a great writer and philosopher when Mr. Parker left us.
As always with this series, Spenser, Susan and Hawk occupy the favorite positions because of their interacting relationships and the philosophies they convey.
I don't do tag lines
Read all of the Spenser books....I went back and started with the 1st. It was entertaining to grow with the characters.
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