I have to agree with many others who felt this audiobook was not helped by Scott Brick's narration. I usually like Brick, but for some reason he was ..Show More »not a good fit here. And the story was not the "remarkably fresh perspective" that the Chicago Tribune review promised. I listened and re-listened to several parts of the first 2-3 hours and then pulled this plug, moving on to another in the same genre that I could not put down. Not enough to hold my interest, though I listen to a lot in this genre.
We learn some of Lincoln's past in this book, as an old friend emerges in trouble. As before, Ed Graddack doesn't want Lincoln's help, and as before i..Show More »t ends up with terrible consequences, when Perry insists on getting involved. This time however, could solve the mystery of the past, while clearing the name of his old friend in the present. An exciting mystery and dangerous crime solving for Lincoln and Joe.
This is my second Koryta novel. Both are good. I see why Michael Connelly recommends him. That said, I liked the one from my eReader a lot better beca..Show More »use Scott Brick is getting a bad case of DickHillitis. I can't/won't listen to Dick Hill anymore and am close to cutting off Scott Brick. Every word they deliver is with the utmost gravity. This is the very definition of over-acting. Michael, PLEASE get a new narrator. Scott was good. He needs to dial it back. Send him to study under George Guidall for a while maybe.