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Oh, dear, what comes first? A narrator who can't pronounce Cuyahoga or an author who has characters looking for the missing Amelia Earhart a year before the final takeoff or being treated according to Alcoholics Anonymous principles roughly 30 years before AA was formed? This is a good story but the total treatment seems like a movie of the week. The good guys are good, the bad guys are bad, all according to stereotypes--and Eliot Ness is conflicted. Gee! Sorry I spent money on this one.
This book has an interesting concept bringing real events, Elliott Ness and serial murder together in one read. This might even be a good book. But who can tell given how awful the reader is. Can't stand the emotionless voice that sounds flat and bored. Would love to hear this book with a different narrator at the helm.
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