©2000 Jayne A. Krentz. (P)2000 Random House, Inc. Produced and abridged by Lauren Krennzel. Jacket deisign by Yook Louie, Jacket art ©Alan Ayers hand lettering, ©Ron Zinn. Bantam Doubleday dell Audio Publishing. A division of Random House, Inc.
Books have replaced TV in my life.
Too poor of quality to attempt to listen to it. I noticed it as quickly as I downloaded it - had to return it before attempting to listen further.
This is a good mystery book, a little predictable but enjoyable. Kept me guessing for a while but by the time I figured out what and who the mystery man was the action was picking up and it kept me interested to the end. I recommend this to anyone who likes mysteries set in old time England.
I agree with the reviews previously posted. While I love just about anything Katherine Kellgren narrates, and enjoy the works of Amanda Quick, the quality of this audio production was so bad it detracted from both the narration and story. Nearly In-Audible. I would strongly suggest Audible pulls this rendering, re-records it with new technology, and then re-releases it to an audience loyal to both Kellgren and Quick. I did not hear the poor quality when I sampled this book online. In the future, I will take into consideration the date of the recording before I waste a credit.
The story line if you can hear it is great. The audio is the worse I have heard on audible.com. They should remove this from the options. The book and story line is great.
This version cut out large Chuck's of the actual chapters. I was unable to follow along with listening to it and reading the book. It made the experience miserable until I figured out what the problem was. Also it has no Chapter indications. So if you happen to look up and lose your place, your up a creek with no paddle; because not only do you not know what chapter your in, the wording is all of, it may have deleted whole scene altogether. It so not worth the headache.
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