I haven't read Hemlock Falls, but I might after listening to these books. The plot was good and the characters were likeable. All in all it was a good..Show More » book. However, the narrator was horrible. He made the women's voices sound whiny and some of the men's voices were irritating. Another thing I did not like was how often the good Dr. stated how lovely his wife was. I think it's great that he still finds her attractive but it was unnecessary to the story and unrealistic. Like I said, it's a good book. Worth a credit and time.
This was an entertaining read. In the past I have stayed away from cozy mysteries with male lead characters because I could not buy a man being a "no..Show More »sy busybody". This book fixes the problem by having the lead character come right out and say that he is starting an amateur detective agency. The supporting characters are a tremendous help because they are like an extension of the lead character. If you put them altogether they would make a typical Jessica Fletcher type character. The plot is solid and the mystery is thoroughly plotted. All in all it's a good book. However, the lead character spends too much time thinking about how perfect his wife is and how lucky he is to have her. That takes away from the realism of his male character.
This is a fun, light, quick and entertaining book. The characters and situations are believable and there is a good amount of humor. This is a good ..Show More »series. The only bad thing about the book is Norman Dietz as narrator. He has a difficult time with female voices. I have listened to the two books that came before it and I will read the next one if it is available through Audible.