Sending book back after two cd's listened to. I didn't like the narrator as he was different than the other books I listened to. The first 2 cs's had too many characters that I could keep up with them. Very little of Dismas Hardy and Abe Glitsky. I I am used to having more of them in the book. I I will look for more books with the same reader that I am used to. And probably newer books. This one was from 2003.
This by FAR was the best book of the D. Hardy dowries series yet.... Heart breaking of the loss of great characters but wow... Spectacular writing. And the narration was at first hard to get used to because I have a comfort with with Colacci.... But he did a fine job!
Excellent character development. Every character seems to be a real person one might know. Ending not at all predictable. Moves along well. I can't wait for the next Lescroart.
Another great book in the Dismiss Hardy series. I have not read them in order so each book I have to figure out is it before or after the last book I read. This book was a bit different than the others I have read. No court room drama but presents an ethical problem for each of the main character of the story. Story has lots of action and moves right along. If you were reading it would be called a "page turner".
John Lescroart is the bestselling author of eighteen previous novels, which have sold more than ten million copies. He lives with his family in Northern California.