Narrated by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy, Memory Man is just over thirteen hours of listening.

Note to Audible, Baldacci, Cassidy, McLarty: Fix this audio! There is wavering volume, fading in-and-out, voice modulation is off, etc. It’s terrible! Did ya’ll do any mixing? I’m a huge fan of Baldacci, and usually, enjoy his audio productions. They are normally very well done, not so much with this recording.

That said, I liked Memory Man, and the narration of McLarty and Cassidy … very smooth transitions between the two. The story centers on a mystery surrounding the murder of a detective’s family and the high school massacre of several teachers and students. The detective and his former partner sleuth away through the pages.

If you enjoy Baldacci mysteries, you’ll like the story. If you’re a seasoned audiobook listener, you’ll be disappointed in the production.




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