Many of us have been reading/listening to Ms. Paretsky' novels for years. It was great to be able to go back and hear it all from the beginning for th..Show More »
Book 2 is just as good as book one. Your attention is riveted by everyone in the story. Having just found these books so many years after they were ..Show More »
I LOVE SUSAN ERICKSAN!! I HAVE YET TO LISTEN TO A BOOK THAT SHE HAS READ THAT I HAVENT ENJOYED! SHE DOES AN AWESOME JOB. SARA PARETSKY KEEPS YOU ON TH..Show More »
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Blood shot is book five in the Sara Paretsky’s V. I. Warshawski series. V.I. is an attorney turned private investigator in Chicago. In this book Par..Show More »
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This is the seventh book in the Warshawski series and was published in 1992. I noticed there were no cell phones, Vic was always looking for a pay ph..Show More »
I listened to one of the Paretsky novels read by Jean Smart, and was so pleased with my first experience with this author that I decided to try this n..Show More »
This is a rip-roaring "V.I." novel read with versatility and passion by Jean Smart, but the microphone bumps and shifts in sound quality knocked this ..Show More »
I found this story to be emotionally satisfying, believable and gripping to the end. I have listened to it many times. This seems to me to be a deepe..Show More »
Here's an audiobook that really needs to be abridged to separate the story from hours of superfluous blather about the "McCarthy Era." I appreciated t..Show More »
I have not read the book, so I cannot say.
The first five hours of this audiobook find VI mawkishly wallowing in her memories. It's so boring I almost stopped listening. I'm glad I didn't. The ..Show More »
In this book, a soldier suffering from PTSD after three tours of duty in Iraq/Afghanistan, is accused of murder. VI is hired by the parents to clear h..Show More »
Susan Ericksen did a good job narrating the story and giving just the right amount of the flip attitude of V. I. Warshawski. Paretsky gives us a bit ..Show More »