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The abridgement missed something. Not up to this author's standard even for an older title.
Good book. Great humor. The only problem is the abridged version is WAY TOO SHORT!! It takes away some of the joy of reading the book.
As usual, Linda Howard wrote a very enjoyable story. The plot was at times a bit contrived, but the characters were entertaining and the narrator did a great job.
I just loved this title. How could you not adore a main character so incredibly naive and old fashioned, a man way too good to be true or real and a great cast of characters? Well worth the listen.
Great book! It kept me smiling. I wholeheartedly recommend as a light suspense novel.
Good mystery, but the heroine is too naive to suit my taste. Fun to read/listen!!
I enjoy listen to Linda Howard. I'd like to see an unabridged version of this title out there.
I really enjoyed listening to this book. I wish there was an unabridged version out there. Along with the narrator, who does a great job by the way, the writing style of this one reminded me a lot of Karen Robards. "All the Queen's Men" was how I got turned on to Linda Howard, but these are very different books. It's great to see an author with such a dynamic writing style. Some authors stick with one style so much that their books become predictable. "Open Season" is very entertaining...you'll get drawn into the suspense of it...but you'll laugh too. Chuck it up to Great Aunt Bessie!
Cute, but certainly not one of Linda Howards best. Everything happens just a little too fast..
Linda Howard never stops amazing me with the way she tells a tale. I fall in love with each one of her characters and love to follow them through their adventures. Keep them coming.!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Linda S. Howington was born on August 3, 1950 in Alabama, United States. She began to write at nine years old, and wrote for twenty years for her own enjoyment. She worked at a trucking company where she met her husband, and then decided to try to get her work published in 1980.  Her first work was published by Silhouette in 1982. She is a charter member of Romance Writers of America, joining in 1981 shortly after it was formed. She currently serves as Region 3 Director (until 31 October 2008).
Her husband is a professional bass tournament fisherman, and she travels with him to some very unglamorous locations where she works on her laptop. Linda and her husband live in a big house on a farm in Alabama, where they raise cattle and have two dogs.