This book is a great read or listen, which ever your preference. It is the first in the series that I listened too, and it got me hooked. I love Jud..Show More »
In this second book in the Deborah Knott series, Margaret Maron again paints a charming portrait of southern life as well as giving us a mystery to so..Show More »
I think CJ Critt's performance was only so-so, because the content in the story was lacking. Generally, Margaret Maron spins a tale in ways that make ..Show More »
A combination murder mystery and family drama, Up Jumps the Devil delivers the clearest image yet Deborah Knott's large and diverse family and backgro..Show More »
Another fun Deborah Knott mystery this one is set at the Furniture Market. Another interesting setting for another interesting story! Visit Deborah's ..Show More »
With all the mystery of the south along with the intrigue of racial politics add up to make this a great read/listen. C.J. Critt does an excellent job..Show More »
Deborah Knott is back with a hurricane in North Carolina and the murder of a prominent citizen. Deborah wages into the fray and comes out on the side ..Show More »
The Judge Knot series is well written. the characters are well formed, after reading just one Judge Knot book you feel you know the county and people..Show More »
This is the best of the Judge Knott series: Good local color and colorful writing, good characters (both main and secondary), and a complex plot that..Show More »
I've listened to all the Deborah Knott books and love them and C J Critt. This book makes you want to visit North Carolina!
If always love her characters and her lively writing style
Still enjoying this good series. Love the characters and all the storylines surrounding the large Knott family. Excellent mystery in this story. My..Show More »
I absolutely love the author's descriptions of North Carolina and the people there. CJ Critt's narration is so enjoyable. The down home phrases and ..Show More »
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Sand Sharks is a undulating mystery with several plotlines running at the same time. In addition, there are very specific descriptions of the Wilmingt..Show More »
I very much enjoy Margaret Maron's books. I've read them all and have enjoyed each one. I thought listening to them would be a pleasure as well but ..Show More »