I am a mother of two boys and avid reader; I practically live and breathe books. If I could sustain my life on just reading, I would live forever. I'm weird, and proud of it. I have traveled to many places: Mexico, St. Marteen, Prague, England, Cozumel, and Canada to name a few. Many moons ago I co-hosted "Welcome to Insanity" radio show on a micro radio station in TX- but our show was played via streaming internet in coffee houses in Amsterdam. I have a BA in theater. I used to be "the finder of lost things" but I think my last child robbed me of my gift. Now I just have a large collection of useless information... it goes with my growing mountain of "to be read" books
It was good, I enjoyed it... entertained. But it didn't knock me over in a passionate embrace like say, Cut and Run did. I'm still very keen to continue the series, and I did enjoy how 'real' the characters seemed to be. Everyone had flaws, and I loved how it still poked fun at stereotypes.
The 'mystery' part... *sigh* I'll give it this: there was action galore. Car bombs, home explosions, bodies being stumbled over left and right - the pacing of the action rocked. The overall 'who done it' and explanation... not so much. The action helps this, but I still waffle on my feelings about this in the book.
The narrator was better than average, and I liked his accents for the variety of nationalities represented, but isn't an all-time favorite. If you enjoy audiobooks in general, and m/m mystery romance, then I'd recommend this book.