Mark Twain wrote: [The ass] said that when it took a whole basketful of sesquipedalian adjectives to whoop up a thing of beauty, it was time for suspicion.
#3 in Nate And Clare
Category: Modern Detective Mystery
Average Rating: 4.0
The murder was brutal. The scene resembled a slaughterhouse. "We need Nate Burns," Jack Mill said and set about getting the medically retired detective to Vegas. Such a simple request will lead Nate not only on a manhunt across the country but also back in time thirty years where he will struggle to understand the implications of the Cold War.
I don't know if it's overly aggressive editing, production errors, a corrupted file, or some combination of these, but there are some important details missing from this audiobook, leading to some confusion and distraction from the story. One example of this is in chapter 4 where blood spatter is mentioned. These omissions are frequent enough and significant enough to effect the rating.
The story is well-paced and engaging. I really like the characters, especially Gabe. And Paul J McSorley's performance of Gabe and the other characters is outstanding. This series has a lot going for it.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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