Investigate another case with Elvis Cole and Joe Pike.
©2006 Robert Crais; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio
The reader was so poor that I chose not to listen to the book. I will not order anything else with this reader.
disappointment; I've enjoyed the rest of Robert Crais's books and would have probably enjoyed this one.
I'm not willing to sit through poor readings
Completely Wrong Performer
don't bother, seriously... I've got the complete series and it's good -- but skip this one...
A Good Story Line Along With Good Voices and That Humor - I'm Loving It
I always love the humour in the way Crais writes.
...always has a twist
I can't really pick a favorite... I'm amazed that he can stay in character for so many people!
I read Robert Crais's book 'Taken' which was fantastic. This book was a huge disappointment. Poor narrator. There are two main woman characters in this novel, it is 'grating' to hear him try and impersonate a southern belle. The ending is ridiculous, leaves you so unsatisfied.In short, don't waste your time.
I'm not even half way through the book and the sound of this stuffy nose narrator is so annoying! His woman's voice sounds like a deeper more stuffy nosed whine with a lisp! The thing is that the story itself is really good, so I'm continuing on... hand this guy a tissue
I love Crais books and have listened to/reader almost all by now. The naarator and production of this book are horrible. I could not tell whether the narrator simply felt like all female characters (and some men) needed to speak with a lisp or if the production was so shoddy that it just sounded that way. Avoid this version.
I would listen to this again, and actually am right now with my husband. This book has a great reader and the story is full of action and love and humor, and intrigue through the whole book. Was sorry when it ended.
Yes, there were a few plots and they were intertwined through out the book.
There were many good ones, but I love all the scenes when Joe Pike and Elvis Cole are together, they are a great team and it's fun to listen to their banter.
Love Robert Crais and he lives up to his precedent in this book. The performer does fine with fluency and voices, but he has an obvious lisp, which makes Elvis sound a bit fey. It just doesn't fit the character. Still worth listening to for the story, which is quite good.
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