A woman has vanished while digging a dinosaur bone bed in the remote wilderness of Canada. Somehow, the only evidence has made its way to the inbox of Chief Medical Examiner Kay Scarpetta, over 2,000 miles away, in Boston. She has no idea why. But as events unfold with alarming speed, Scarpetta begins to suspect that the paleontologist's disappearance is connected to a series of crimes - much closer to home: a gruesome murder, inexplicable tortures, and trace evidence from the last living creatures of the dinosaur age.
Where does The Bone Bed rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This book was about average compared to the other books I have listened to on Audible.
If you’ve listened to books by Patricia Cornwell before, how does this one compare?
The Scarpetta story line gets a bit weirder and a little more unbelievable with each book.
Which scene was your favorite?
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
It was just another after-work happy-hour bar downtown, where business professionals unwound with a few drinks, complained about the boss, maybe hooked up with someone for the night. Until something went terribly wrong. At first it was just a friction in the air. The noise intensified. The crowd seemed oppressive. Some sharp words were exchanged, some pushing and shoving. Then the madness descended. And after 12 minutes of chaos and violence, 80 people lay dead.
What made the experience of listening to Delusion In Death the most enjoyable?
Hearing the accents of the reader; how they were alike and different from what I had imagined.
What does Susan Ericksen bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
How the reader brought each character to life.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
In pitch-perfect voices, Kathryn Stockett creates three extraordinary women whose determination to start a movement of their own forever changes a town, and the way women - mothers, daughters, caregivers, friends - view one another. A deeply moving novel filled with poignancy, humor, and hope, The Help is a timeless and universal story about the lines we abide by, and the ones we don't.
If you could sum up The Help in three words, what would they be?
Any additional comments?
I particularly enjoyed the different voices for the different narratives. I was almost disappointed when the book ended.