All Good Things

A Jack Hart Mystery, Book 1
Narrated by: Noah DeBiase
Series: Jack Hart Mysteries, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
4 out of 5 stars (154 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Jack Hart is a young attorney trying to escape a troubled past as he climbs the ladder at a big Seattle law firm. The demands and indignities of associate life have been softened by his interest in his mentor, Harmony Piper, granddaughter of the firm’s founder. When Harmony disappears, Jack learns firm secrets and dangers he could not have imagined - and may not survive.

Set in 1990s Seattle, this first installment of the Jack Hart mystery series reflects a world before smartphones and constant connectivity, where a responsible and hardworking attorney says a cheerful good-bye to her colleague at midnight - and simply vanishes before morning.

©2018 Rosemary Reeve (P)2019 Rosemary Reeve

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Just OK For Me

Lots of people loved this book but I found this story slow and hard to get through. It was loaded with infinite details of actions, conversations, legal terminology and irrelevant scenes. Jack Hart seems like his character was written more for a woman than a man. He was abused at work and put up with it. As common, a flawed character with a whacky family. I found myself skimming paragraphs trying to move through the bogged-down details. It was not too exciting, often confusing and longer than necessary. I had to wait to the ending to reveal the guilty and their motive for all the crimes and killings being done, then it was all gushed-out by the cops. By the time that happened, I was just glad it was over. I won't be getting any more in the series. It just didn't 'grab' me.

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Tense!

All the twists and turns hold your attention throughout!

Noah DeBiase does a great job narrating. He knows his characters well!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Great book

This is the first book of this series Jack Hart. I have not read anything by this author Rosemary Reeve but I will be looking for more. I really enjoyed this audiobook. Jack Hart is an associate at a large law firm in Seattle. Jack owns a crazy dog named Betsy who at first I was like this dog is too much to handle but you soon come to love the crazy dog. So much is going on in this book and all of it is good. I will be looking into other books in this series. The narrator of this book was Noah DeBiase and he does a wonderful job of narating I hope he does the next book in the series too.
I was gifted this book with the understanding that I would leave an honest review.

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A light, suspenseful mystery

There's very little courtroom drama in this story, but quite a lot of realistic suspense. This is a light mystery with little or no sex or strong language. The characters are well developed and interesting enough to make this a series worth following. And they are appropriately voiced by Noah DeBiase.

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Page Turner!

I could not put this book down! The mystery and twists and turns had me hooked from the start. Jack Hart is an attorney who is almost forced to be a detective and it makes me think me may have chosen the wrong profession. Every time you think it may be solved, Ms. Reeve adds another layer of mystery and intrigue that keeps you reading to the very end.

Mr. DeBiase does a wonderful job narrating the book. He includes a lot of inflection for the voices that indicate the characters feelings location. I’ve heard him narrate several other books, but nothing like this. He is a very versatile narrator.

I can’t wait to see what happens to Jack next!

I was provided with a free copy of this audio book for my honest review. The views expressed here are entirely my own.

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Will The Denoument Ever End?

Rosemary Reeve unfolds a catchy mystery in "All Good Things'" opening. Hours and hours later she ends the story... but doesn't. Nope, realizing readers are crushed in loose ends she has a bunch of people explain what happened. And Explain... Then, well... explain.

Reeve's writes good action/suspense scenes. Her characters are dull, except for the heroine... she's also inexplicable. Worse, after getting denoument over everything, the book still didn't end. Nope, with an emotional cliff hanger, it's going to continue into the next one.

As for Noah DeBiase, well his boyish voice might be right for the hero's wuss-naïveté but it fails to explain how this character managed to climb from under... way under... abject poverty to snag an undergrad degree in marketing, then a law degree from schools that landed him a job with his city's richest legal firm. Given his background and his wimpy-ness, that's almost the biggest mystery Ms. Reeves spins.

In fact there are more holes in this plot than a Florida election ballot. Which explains the need for lots and lots of denoument. The huge mystery is why doesn't Jack Hart think and/or act like any man I know? Yeah, there's a risk that male leads in. mysteries might have testosterone derangement syndrome. But this Hart guy runs on empty. Wuzzup widdat?

Ms. Reeves has strong technique and I hope she grows more succinct as the series goes on. I'll not going on with it.

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Engaging plot and story telling

This was an easy book to dive into and the plot kept me engaged throughout the whole book. A fun read!

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Satisfying mystery, Stellar narrator

I really enjoyed this satisfying steady paced murder mystery novel. It’s propelled by a talented narrator who really knows how to deliver. I found it to be as light or as heavy of a listen as I wanted it to be. If I missed a detail or two because I was distracted, it didn’t take away from me enjoying the story....yet no details appeared were wasted so I think if I listened again I’d find new things I missed!

I think one of the most lovely things of this book was the way Jack thought of Harmony. It lent a romantic undertone to the storyline I loved.

I really cannot speak highly enough of the narrator, it’s what attracted me to the book in the first place. He makes a great Jack!

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A Very Good Read

I really enjoyed this book with all the twists and turns.
Rosemary Reeve created a story with a good plot and character development It held my attention to the very end.
I enjoyed getting to know Jack, Harmony and of course Betsy, Jack’s dog. With a little mystery and a dash of romance, I look forward to the next book in the series.
Noah DeBaise added so much to the story with his narration, bringing the characters to life.
Definitely a very good read.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Really enjoyed this story

If you like lawyer thrillers, this is a good one. This is book 1. Looking forward to book 2.

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  • Helen
  • 09-08-19

great book


Jack Hart is a young attorney trying to escape a troubled past as he climbs the ladder at a big Seattle law firm.
enjoyed this book very much

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-24-19

Fabulous, wow

I loved this story. It was quite nailbiting until the end I enjoyed the mystery and suspense all through the story. I couldn't wait to finish it and see what happens in the end the story was so well narrated, Noah has done a remarkable job with this book. congratulations on an excellent book if you love mystery... this book is definitely for you. really looking forward to the next book Clover

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  • Judith
  • 01-25-20

Excellent legal thriller

I tried this new author and I’m so glad I did. Full f twists and turns and well written.

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  • lottie
  • 04-21-20

Ok

I really had to push myself to finish this book.
The characters were hard to engage with and l found the story was far from thrilling.
The narrator did his very best.