Even though it was pretty clear how the story was going to wrap up, the journey there was so much fun. I don’t say that with mysteries very often, but it’s true in the is case. I really enjoyed the experience of listening to this one, and I highly it for the next cold, wet weekend you’re stuck inside. -Heather B.
Genre: Murder Mystery
As with The Hunting Party, though, the writing was good, and I recommend it, especially for readers who enjoy Ruth Ware or Riley Sager. I just don’t think anyone who’s been reading mysteries for any length of time will find anything new here. -Heather B
Once I started this book, I just wanted to skip everything else I had to do so I could sit and listen. -Heather B
Would I read more Tana French? Yes! Of course! I can’t imagine a situation where I wouldn’t. But I really hope her next book takes us back to the Dublin Murder Squad. -Heather B.
Considering how much promise this story had, I was pretty let down by the execution. -Heather B
I can’t recommend this book highly enough. -Heather B
I’m not not recommending this one, I just found it to be a little underwhelming, given the promising premise. -Heather B
The days are short, it’s cold, your windows should be closed – it’s the perfect time to read The Whisper Man. -Heather B.
I went as high as 3.5 stars mainly because the writing was decent, and the depiction of the toxic friendship that I mentioned was intriguing. But the mystery behind it all was underwhelming. -Heather B.
I’ll still keep an eye out for a good update to And Then There Were None. I think there’s a way to do it, but this just wasn’t it. -Heather B