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What made the experience of listening to Jack and the Giant Killer: Detective Jack Stratton Mystery Thriller Series the most enjoyable?
This was a very good almost police procedural, since Jack is no longer on the police force. Although he still has friends on the force, it's not the same.
What about Andrew Tell’s performance did you like?
I thought Andrew Tell did a great job narrating this and all of the other books in this series.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, and I did! In one day anyway.
Any additional comments?
I really enjoyed this book. It starts with a murder and a dog's thoughts since it is her owner who is murdered. But he's not the first and won't be the last. Jack's roommate/partner is hired to find the owner of the dog when she tries to enter the woman's home. The dog is a giant. It seems her owner was also.
Jack and Alice (Replacement) turn over every possible stone and of course the last person they (or I) suspected is the murderer.
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Jack and the Giant Killer is book 4 in the Jack Stratton series. For those new to the series listen to book 6, And Then She Was Gone, first. It is not as good as the others but it does provide helpful background. Then move on to Girl Jacked and read the rest in order. The protagonist is Jack Stratton, but the co-protagonist, a girl named Alice but called by her nickname Replacement, is the most interesting character in the series. Book 5 has not yet been released in audio, but I hope it will be soon. Also, author Christopher Greyson should continue the series with book 7. The novels in this series have intense suspense, are fast paced and are fun. The Jack Stratton series deserves a larger audio audience than it currently has (the Kindle audience for the series is much larger).
This suspense mystery series is so good that I regret being limited to 5 stars in rating it. The narration of Andrew Tell is is good as the novels.
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