Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2005
CD ISBN 0060852836 $29.95 Five CDs
DD ISBN 0060878339 $19.95
The best audio performances are the ones that make you forget you're listening to a recording--the ones that take you there. Jonathan Davis is that smooth in this murder mystery, whether he's depicting males or females . . . whites, blacks, Latinos, Southerners, Yankees . . . or the dark villain who forces loved ones to attach a monetary value to the lives of his kidnapped and tortured victims. When Davis reads hero Theo Knight's lines, you feel the presence of a burly, jovial black man. When he depicts white detective Jack Swyteck, you feel the leading man's pain at losing his lover to a perverted madman. Grippando and Davis, stick together. You're a great dramatic team. D.J.M. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/ JUL 06]
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