|# of Units:||8 CDs|
|Length:||8 hours, 55 minutes|
|Tell Your Friends:|
I was hopeful. But no. I made myself listen to the entire first CD, but it pissed me off. And who wrote that "overview" of the book? Had I read it, it would have given me a clue that I should just walk away.
I've listened to over 3,500 books and I couldn't make it through the first CD on this one. Terrible writing, completely predictable, don't waste your time.
Ace Atkins earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination in 2001 while at The Tampa Tribune for his investigation into a forgotten murder of the 1950s that later became the basis for White Shadow. The Alabama native, also the author of four Nick Travers novels - Crossroad Blues, Leavina (TM) Trunk Blues, Dark End of the Street, and Dirty South - lives on a farm outside Oxford, Mississippi.