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This is a series that I'm going to enjoy getting into.
Procedural police work, plausible lucky breaks, and a great story. A lot of characters to get to grips with, but all in all, a highly entertaining listen.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Incredibly difficult to get into and have to be honest - I gave up. I found the narrator's voice annoying especially when speaking for a female character. The plot, well, there wasn't much in the first half other than the flurry of murders but I found the plot and way the story is written simply didn't keep my attention. Very unusual for me as I read all sorts of genre and styles and it is rare I cannot get into a story at all.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
If you could sum up The St. Paul Conspiracy in three words, what would they be?
Complex, twisty, character
What did you like best about this story?
I really like how there are almost two mysteries in one. It was a complex story, but very well put together.
What about Johnny Peppers’s performance did you like?
Mr. Peppers has a wide range of voices that he uses well to distinguish the characters. There were at least 10 character voices that he had to do and I enjoyed them all.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
They should have taken a page from Ms. Daniels book. Their lack of perfectionism came at a cost.
Any additional comments?
A great story with a great narrator really brings a book to life.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
Here' the story. Murder happens. Police investigate. THEY WORK AS A TEAM! Bad guys are totally bad.
Reeeeely different from everything else in this genre? Well yeah… See that third point… The one where the police work as a team? Where the lead detective doesn't get more grief from his or her bosses than from the really bad guys? Where he's actually supported? Now that's refreshing. Imagine, the brass and the detectives and the beat cops all liking and supporting and professionally interacting like… like… friends? Well that's astonishing.
Yet odd as it is to the police procedural, Roger Stelljes makes it work. I mean… it's almost revolutionary. Makes me wanna get another Mike McRyan book. Hey! I will, especially if it's read as well as Johnny Peppers performs this one.
18 of 21 people found this review helpful