Book pak BBC Audiobooks America/ Sound Library 2002
CS ISBN 0792725018 $54.95 Six cassettes
CD ISBN 0792798880 $79.95 Eight CDs
Alex McKnight is a private eye who isn't. He does hold a PI license, and has a partner. But he'd just as soon be left alone, sipping Canadian beer at the Glasgow Inn, located in remote Paradise, Michigan. Then, out of the blue comes a friend from the past who needs help finding his long lost love. Good guy Alex agrees to help, and THE HUNTING WIND soon becomes a gale of deception, deceit, and murder. Reader Nick Sullivan adds so much to this entertaining yarn, including clear, crisp dialogue and conversational diction and timing. The only detracting feature to an otherwise wonderful presentation is Sullivan's attempt to give too many individual characters distinct vocal identity. The result is a too creepy villain and a too sexy female centerpiece. However, this is no fatal flaw. THE HUNTING WIND is a great listen. T.J.M. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine [Published: AUG/SEP 02]
Sign up to receive FREE email newsletters from AudioFile. Get audiobook recommendations and reviews straight to your inbox.