Comments: 7
Jessica (HDB) 7 years ago
Confessions of a Murder Suspect is... interesting. LOL. I reviewed it a couple of months ago.
Bark at the Ghouls 7 years ago
Interesting is always better than boring, I supposes ;)
Familiar Diversions 7 years ago
I've read Murder at the Vicarage before - don't remember much about it, but I do remember liking it. Agatha Christie is always a bear for me to listen to, though - her stuff takes more concentration for me to listen to than most audiobooks, which makes it hard for me to use her stuff as work-time listening.

I haven't read Confessions of a Murder Suspect, but I've read a few other James Patterson et al. books before and was not impressed. But they move along at a very fast pace (at the expense of a lot of things, like character development, story believability, etc.) and so might make for decent listening. I've only read his stuff in print form, and the super-short chapters always make me giggle. I think Maximum Ride had a chapter that ended in the middle of a sleepy breakfast conversation, because apparently even sleepy breakfast conversations need to feel like they have breathless cliffhangers.
Bark at the Ghouls 7 years ago
Haha and uh oh, this does not bode well for me. I can't stand cliffhangers. Especially the breathless kind.
Bark at the Ghouls 7 years ago
I ended up grabbing them both even though I don't read a lot of mysteries. I burn through audio's so fast that I couldn't resist.

Bark at the Ghouls 7 years ago
I grabbed it.