His Name Is John : Elliott Smith Mystery

  • by Dorien Grey
  • Narrated by Jim Hickey
  • Series: Elliott Smith Mystery
  • 9 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Elliott Smith wakes up in the hospital with a head injury - and an invisible companion. At first, he's convinced "John" is just a figment of a damaged brain, but when he's fully recovered John is still around and desperate to find out who he is. Reluctantly, Elliott agrees to help, and discovers Chicago PD has a John Doe on their hands with six bullets in him - who died in the ER at the same time Elliott was there.
As Elliott digs deeper into the mystery of John, he stumbles on a body hidden behind a wall for 80 years, meets a sexy artist who could become more than just a one-night stand, and uncovers a deadly secret that has haunted a nun for two decades.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

I made it to chapter 3

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The summary sounded ok, however the storyline was dull and boring, I was waiting to get hooked but nothing really was happening.

What could Dorien Grey have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

I liked the summary and thought it would be more enjoyable, but a long story just to get to the basics of the book was taking to long and I drive a truck so it was not like I was being distracted.

How could the performance have been better?

He has the same voice for all the characters, male or female, I could tell when someone was on a phone, that was cool, but the same voice for everyone is not a performance it is a reader.

What character would you cut from His Name Is John?

I can not say that cutting anyone would have improved this book

Any additional comments?

I enjoy a good listen, but when I am turning the book off because listening to music would be more enjoyable, then it is time to delete.

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- Mike

Great Mystery! 1-2-2015

Any additional comments?

Although a fairly easy mystery to figure out, this was non-the-less entertaining. I enjoy the author's writing style, the plot, and the characters. Elliot especially was my favorite along with Steve and Brad.

And, even though the performance was decent, I felt the voice sounded a bit too old for the characters who were around 38 years and younger.

Overall, great entertainment.

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- HaloLove

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-09-2013
  • Publisher: F. Roger Margason