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Robert B. Parker's Buckskin

A Cole and Hitch Novel, Book 10
Auteur(s): Robert Knott
Narrateur(s): Robert Knott
Série: A Cole and Hitch Novel, Livre 10
Durée: 9 h et 22 min
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Lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch must prevent all-out war between rival factions in the latest adventure in the New York Times best-selling series.

When gold is discovered in the foothills just outside of Appaloosa, it sets off a fight between two shrewd local business operations as their hired gun hands square off over the claim. First a young miner disappears, then another. And then one of the businessmen himself is killed, right on his front doorstep.

Meanwhile, as Cole and Hitch try to put a stop to the escalating violence, another killer is making his way toward town in pursuit of a long-lost dream and a mission of vengeance. Cole and Hitch will have their work cut out for them to keep the peace, especially when all these ruffians converge at the huge Appaloosa Days festival, where hundreds of innocent souls might get caught in the crossfire....

©2019 Robert Knott (P)2019 Random House Audio

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No NO NO

How can a brilliant writer who was blessed by the brilliant Robert B Parkers series not know that replacing the brilliant Rex Linn with himself was dunderheaded?

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  • B. R. Paschen
  • 2019-07-10

Truly terrible reader

Barb A lot has been said about the book itself, but I want to comment on the reader. I’m not an actor, but I swear I did a better job in freshman year oral interpretation class. These books aren’t cheap, and we have been seriously shortchanged by the quality of this recording. Titus Welliver, we need you.

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  • C. Fry
  • 2019-06-24

Could not make it through the first chapter

Voice - should not read his own work. Sounds like a hill billy. Reading ability not good. Content - couldn’t get through it. Most of his previous work was getting too nasty...off color, and not Parkers standards.

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  • BubbasUncle
  • 2019-08-28

Worst Narration in History !!!

The narrator sounded like a third grader learning to read while pointing a finger along.

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  • eileen roark
  • 2019-08-03

Poor narration

Love this series but the narration is awful and I can’t finish it, will request a refund. Even Rex Lin was not bad (Titus Welliver was the best).

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-06-24

Pathetic Narration

terrible narrator....pathetic...such a sad end to this series to have it read with such painfully poor reading.

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  • jerry manuel
  • 2019-06-20

terrible

I've heard all of this series of Parkers books. This one doesn't deserve to carry his name, THE story is bad and the reader is terrible.PUblisher should be ashamed!

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  • mark
  • 2019-06-12

Bring back Rex Linn!

I couldn't finish it because of the narrator, that's why I gave the story a 3 instead of a 1. I've been so excited for this to come out but the narrator is so far inferior to Rex or Titus Welliver. I'm so disappointed.

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  • Janine
  • 2019-06-08

What happened to Titus Welliver?

I thought that the narrator had perhaps not looked at the book before he read it until I discovered that the author was also the narrator. It was one of the most poorly read books I have listened to. The reading was jerky and hesitant in all the wrong places. It was so distracting that I skipped most of the last half hoping to find out who the main character's mother was — disappointment there too. And some of the story line was just plain weird. This is my last Hitch and Cole novel.

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  • Stephanie C. Fox
  • 2020-05-15

The last 2 Appaloosa books haven’t been as good as the first half of the series.

I was disappointed in the last book in this series and this one was just so-so as well. This series seems to be going downhill and that makes me sad because it started of so well. I understand that it’s not Robert B. Parker writing them anymore, so maybe that’s it.

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  • tony tedrow
  • 2020-04-19

Awful, Irredeemable, Abysmal !!!

Story and narration were abysmal. There is not enough hyperbole to describe how absurd the plot is. No relevance or connection to the protagonists. The focus needs to be on Cole and Hitch as the protagonists. The phrases "what's the word I'm looking for" and "not so much" need to come back between the two in their interactions between themselves and others. For me, these simple but effectively disarming phrases - with a dollop of humor as well - are part of the essential chemistry between Cole and Hitch. Lastly, Robert Knott should never again narrate!!!