High Profile by Robert B. Parker Paperback Book


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Author: Robert B. Parker

Narrator: Scott Sowers

Format: Unabridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Random House

Published: Feb 2007

Genre: Fiction - Literary

Retail Price: $29.95

Discs: 5


Struggling with unprecedented levels of pressure during a high-profile case involving the murders of a controversial talk-show host and a young woman, Paradise police chief Jesse Stone encounters numerous dead ends and becomes increasingly frustrated by the lack of interest on the part of the victims' families. Simultaneous.

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BookLender review by Darla on 2007-09-25 18:34:55

This is one of the worst books on tape. I don't know how I've suffered through 2 of the 5 CD's, but I'm through. There were so many 'Jesse said', 'Suitcase said', 'Jen said', 'Sunny said' that it was too distracting to listen. I would not recommend this one.

BookLender review by Patricia on 2007-09-06 14:48:24

I didn't even listen to this book because I felt that the reader was awful. All I heard was he said she said they said. I found it very distracting.

BookLender review by Julie on 2007-08-23 20:52:10

Couldn't get into this one.... 'Jessie said' seemed to be every second word out of the authors mouth.... Didn't do anything to capture me and I gave up after listening 10 mins