Dickey's rich characters make listeners feel as if they are present in the hustle-filled pool hall, the bedroom, and the Lincoln Town Car in which "Driver" chauffeurs his wealthy and notorious clients around. And Dickey's millions of fans will be happy to see the reappearance of a femme fatale from Thieves' Paradise, who adds spice and surprises every time she turns up.
©2004 Eric Jerome Dickey; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This audio was very suspenseful and unlike other of Dickey's books, it had a story line with good sensuality in it and not sex as the basic story.
OMG!!!! Normally I love EJD books but I had to make myself listen to HALF this book before I just quit!!! It was too slow and boring for my tastes...
Dickey developed every character well.
Can't go wrong with any of his books.
I have not had the chance to read the book yet. The reason I got into audio books is because I cant stop and read but I can listen and work.
I am not sure that I could compare this to any other book. This book shows how truly crazy some ppl can be when love does not go their way.
All where great.
It keep me interested all threw the book.
This book is okay. I did not enjoy it like I thought I would. I don't think it is a must read. I found it quite boring and did not look forward to picking it back up in between reading.
Report Inappropriate Content