A bomb hooked to a banker's back, a one-eyed busted-out former cop, hooker/biker bars on Airline Highway in New Orleans, drugs in the French Quarter, a 300-pound female bartender, an ex-con whose main goal in life is to have more expensive shoes than anyone else, a drug czar named Fidel Castro (a cousin of the more famous one in Cuba), money laundering schemes, and a criminal genius, who enjoys pulling his victim's fingernails out with pliers and who did everything right in what should have been the perfect crime save for one tiny mistake-all assembled and put into motion by an author who was a real-life criminal and ex-con and was advised that if he didn't publish this book but instead used it to create the perfect crime he'd make a lot more? This is what you get (and more) in Les Edgerton's The Perfect Crime.
Has The Perfect Crime turned you off from other books in this genre?
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Michael Adashefski?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Perfect Crime?
Any scene where the reader whined for a female voice. Oh my God. I have never been so unhappy with an audio book. Les Edgerton writes an awesome "How to" book, but this.... could it have been ruined by the reader? I think so.