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Readers have come to expect the unexpected from Sue Grafton, and R is for Ricochet is no exception. In it, a complex and clever money-laundering scheme is just a cover for a novel that is all about love: love gone wrong, love betrayed, love denied. And love avenged. For Reba Lafferty, its moral is clear: Sometimes what you hand out in life comes back to bite you in the ass. Sometimes the good guys win, even when they lose.
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By A. Customer on 07-05-12
Fun to listen on a trip. Nothing earthshattering.
What made the experience of listening to R is for Ricochet the most enjoyable?
It was entertaining while driving.
What other book might you compare R is for Ricochet to and why?
V is for vengeance.
Have you listened to any of Judy Kaye’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It was to Austin and back.
Any additional comments?
This is the kind of book that is interesting and entertaining when you are on a drive. No deep inner meaning or guide to the meaning of life, but a good distraction while driving. It's a good story and keeps your attention while the miles pass. I had 30 minutes left when I got home and made time to finish the book that day.
By Gerald on 11-03-05
A fun book.
Judy Kaye does a great job of reading this story. Her voice, and inflections, as with the other Sue Grafton books make them a joy to listen to. This book follows in the tradition of Grafton?s other ?alphabet books?, they are fun, entertaining and a good balance of adventure and a continuing soap opera of Kinsey?s life. I enjoy listening to these as I drive to eat up the miles. This book is a bit more sexual than I remember the others and there are a few moments that if you have little kids in the car, that might not be appropriate. Overall a good choice to purchase.