"Meh" sums it up. Not bad, not great. Narrator's female characterizations were annoying. Not much of a mystery, villain is pretty obvious, as was t..Show More »he ending. Overall, it was ok but I can't recommend it.
After laughing my way through the first Dan Shamble mystery, I wasn't sure he could keep up the pace. I was wrong. Anderson has become one of my favo..Show More »rite urban fantasy humorists. Few even come close. Prepare to laugh.
I really enjoyed this light supernatural mystery. The zombie detective takes cases in which the living have troubles with monsters, monsters have trou..Show More »ble with the living or monsters have trouble with monsters.
But now Shambles has his own trouble. He wakes up in a nailed coffin in the back of a semi. How did he get here?
Not that Kevin Anderson doesn't deserve credit for the excellent material, but Phil Gigante takes it to the next level. It's like he was made to be D..Show More »an Shamble and company. This series is one case where I can honestly say I don't think I would enjoy it nearly as much in print.
This installment in the series was particularly funny which is good because the humor is one of the things I love most about these books. It follows pretty much the same pattern as the previous books- Dan (with the help of Sheyenne, Robin and McGoo) works on several cases at once with some of them ultimately being interconnected. Lots of fun new clients. An absolutely delightful listen. Well worth the audible credit!!