Audio Book Review: I’ll Walk Alone

I'll Walk AloneI’ll Walk Alone (Alvirah and Willy #8)
by Mary Higgins Clark
Narrator: Jan Maxwell

My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

It’s strange, but the books I would not read, I enjoy listening to. I don’t get why that is the case, but I’m discovering new authors and books as a result, so it’s a win-win situation as far as I’m concerned.

Blurb: Thirty-year-old Alexandra Moreland, a prominent interior designer, already heartbroken at the disappearance of her toddler, Matthew, in Central Park two years earlier, now is facing a different tragedy. She is about to be indicted for identity theft and is considered a “person of interest” in the murder of a woman she barely knew. What she cannot surmise is that she has become the target of a vicious plot to destroy both her sanity and her life.

My Review: I didn’t realise this was book eight until this very moment, as I was about to write the review. With that in mind, I have to admit that I had no idea there have been seven previous books. And to me, that is a good thing because it makes this book a stand alone story.

I listened to the audio version of the book. The narrator was excellent; easy to listen to and very clear.

This story itself was good to listen too. Predictable. Pleasant. Comfortable. Easy listening while driving to and from work. Even though I knew where it was going, I was keen to keep listening. I did feel that in all honesty, the plot was too convenient in places, but I let that go and just tried to enjoy the moment. I certainly didn’t regret picking this audio book up from the library and I would listen to more from the author.

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