New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Andrea Kane’s Forensic Instincts series has become a favorite with listeners everywhere. In The Line Between Here and Gone, Amanda Gleason’s infant son, Justin, suffers from a rare immune deficiency. His best chance for survival died with his father, Paul, who was murdered before Justin was born. But when a recent photo surfaces of a man who looks like a very-much-alive Paul, Amanda hires Forensic Instincts to investigate.
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The first book in the series was ok and I decided, with reservations to listen to the second. There was a lot of supernatural stuff in the book. I am undecided if I would listen to the next book in the series.
I loved this story - I'm gettging hooked on FI, but does no one listen to this narrator before the books are released? He puts emphases and inflections in the wrong places, and throws the listener off with his cadence. Surely, there is a director who oversees these readings - if so, that person did not do his/her job properly. Please find someone else to narrate future FI books.
Defender Of The Week Collector Of The Paycheck. "I Don't Fail I Succeed At Finding Ways That Don't Work!"---(Christopher Titus)
It was worth a Listen as the Forensic Instincts concept is interesting and the team is fun.
Saw it coming!
Love these books and hope there will be another on Audible. The unique group, each with their own special sensitivity is great fun and listen. I like Jim Colby as narrator, he seems in touch with all the crazy characters.
I recommend it if you like the unusual.
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