The narration is so strong you don't even realize you're walking into a disgusting pile of racist, homophobic under-researched garbage. Skip this one.
A bad Agatha Christie
This book reminded me of why I usually don't read murder mysteries. The central premise is an interesting one, but very little actually happens as the reader is subjected to hours and hours of the protagonist's interior rumination. Additionally, most of the multitude of supporting characters are thinly drawn and dull, and all of them, including the protagonist are self-absorbed and unlikeable. If I had not been reading this book for my book club, I would have quit three or four chapters in. As it was, I finished, but listening to this book took 18+ hours of my life I will never get back. I gave it a second star only because of the quality of the narrator.
Pure genius! Horowitz never disappoints and narrators were excellent.
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