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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I think CJ Critt's performance was only so-so, because the content in the story was lacking. Generally, Margaret Maron spins a tale in ways that make you want to sneak into a quiet corner to finish non-stop. This novel lacked the "Margaret Maron It Factor!"
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
Surprised by the ending - yes! a real "who dun nit," but it took too long to get there. By the time I got to the ending, my attitude was "who cares!"
Did Shooting at Loons inspire you to do anything?
Any additional comments?
Glad this was not the only Margaret Maron book I brought with me while on break!
This book has everything I enjoy. Interesting characters, intriguing stories with some plot twists, and mysteries that keep me guessing until the end. I also enjoy the descriptions of rural North Carolina. It's an area I know almost nothing about.
Deborah Knott is the main character. I like her. She is smart, and sensible. She also knows how to enjoy herself.
Narrator C.J. Critt does an excellent job of giving characters distinctive voices in a subtle way. Her diction is clear and her voice is pleasing.
This is the third book of the series that I have read. So far I have found nothing to dislike. I look forward to reading all the books is this series.