This was a great mystery listen, many different sub-plots that left you guessing till the end, who actually 'did it'. A very good author, and the narrator was also good.
I absolutely love to read this writers creations. Too bad he only has 2 books to select from. What I do find extremely annoying, (and not confined to just this writer), is the way the book is divided up into 99 audio-file chapters. There is a constant pausing in the middle of the sentence to change chapters. You can get completely unfocused with the partial sentences that are created by the pauses when dividing into separate audio files. Could someone tell me why?????? Why is it necessary to divide the CD into 99 audio files????? It is just plain ANNOYING!!!
Linwood Barclay is a former columnist for the Toronto Star. He is the author of several critically acclaimed novels, including No Time for Goodbye, Stone Rain and Lone Wolf. He lives near Toronto with his wife and has two grown children.