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- By: Janet Evanovich
- Narrated by: Debi Mazar
- Length: 3 hrs
Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum is on the trail of her mentor and more than friend, the bounty hunter Ranger, who is the prime suspect in the murder of an international black-market arms dealer's son. Now he's the hunted and Stephanie's the hunter!
One for the Money, Two for the Dough...download the first five installments of the Stephanie Plum series.
- By Melody on 11-19-09
Needs a new narrator
Would you try another book from Janet Evanovich and/or Debi Mazar?
I would try another book from the author but not the reader.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
It was unfortunate that this narrator was chosen to read this book. She read too fast and it was difficult to tell who was talking because she hardly changed her voice.
Any additional comments?
Someone should have checked into how to pronounce Chambersburg, the main area the novel takes place. Within the first 3 minutes, the reader calls it "Shamsburg". Someone should have caught that. Also, the unabridged version would have been much better.
March Into Hell
- The Mark Taylor Series, Book 2
- By: M. P. McDonald
- Narrated by: Lee Alan
- Length: 8 hrs and 14 mins
Mark Taylor discovers first hand that no good deed goes unpunished when the old camera he found in an Afghanistan bazaar gives him more than great photos. It triggers dreams of disasters. Tragedies that happen exactly as he envisions them. He learns that not only can he see the future, he can change it. His life takes a dark turn when his heroism becomes the subject of a newspaper article. The media attention and a harrowing encounter while saving a young woman, puts him in the sights of the ruthless cult leader who covets the secret to Mark's power.
Series is ruined
- By kgrayy on 09-25-17
Story is good but audible narration not so much
What made the experience of listening to March Into Hell the most enjoyable?
I have listened to the prequel and book 1 with a different narrator so it was a little disconcerting to hear a "new" voice for "Mark" in book 2 but I got use to it in the first chapter. What I didn't like were the sound effects that went along with the narration. It was weird and I haven't heard anything like it in the hundreds of books I have listened to previously. it makes it sound corny and is distracting from the content of the book. I like the story but I hope the future audibles for this series do not include the sound effects and I hope the original narrator, Daniel Penz, returns, I liked his voice better but that maybe because "he" was "Mark" in the first 2 books I listened to....
Would you be willing to try another one of Lee Alan’s performances?
Maybe in a different series.
Any additional comments?
Leave out the sound effects, they detract from the story.
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