Dr. Alan Gregory is a practicing psychologist with a few little problems to work through. He has an office filled with bloody corpses. He has a teenage patient who may be a sad victim or a savage killer. He has a beautiful estranged wife who wants him back in the worst way, and a lovely lover doing her best to keep him. He has a cop who wants him off the case, and an unknown enemy who wants him permanently out of action. To round out his many dilemmas, the list of suspects reads like a Who's Who of his posh Colorado community. And as a Rocky Mountain winter wonderland is swept by a nightmare blizzard of evil, secret sins leave a trail of blood leading to their hiding place deep in the heart and mind of a monstrous murderer...
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Oldie but goodie...
First experience with author and narrator
That's an awkward question.
It seems to me that his question presupposes that I didn't like the book. On the contrary, I thought the story was pretty good, and the narration was very nice. I reserve 4 and 5 stars for books I find really good or outstanding. Three stars to me means that it was a decent book, but just didn't do enough for me to reach the next level. I thought the story was interesting and I enjoyed the dry humor along the way. Seems like a tiny bit too much diverting away from the main story at times, but I guess this is the author's way of character building.
This was my first time to listen to Dick Hill. The only problem I had was that, although I don't know how old he is, it sounded like an older man narrating the voice of a younger man. That took a little getting used to. However, once I accommodated for that, I thought Mr. Hill was a very good narrator. Nice job with the voices, not annoying, in line with the essence of the book. Very nice. I especially enjoyed his Detective Purdy (sp) voice. I definitely would like to listen to other books with his narration.
I liked it enough to get the next book in the series. Also, since I listen to audiobooks faster than my wife, she counts on me to give her recommendations. While this might not be at the top of my list, I will eventually get around to recommending this to her.