I think this was my third or fourth audiobook of Michael McBride's. It was my least favorite so far.
I enjoyed the setting and the Native American history in the story, but I was a little disappointed when I realized that this was more of a police procedural than a horror tale.
I found that my mind wandered a few times while listening, and I had to go back to listen to it again. This may have been due to the narrator. In a few cases, it seemed like he was finished reading a sentence, but then continued on again-almost like he had to turn a page, or wait for the cue card to change or something. It threw me off.
Overall though, this is still a Michael McBride story, so it's good. It's just that this one didn't quite suit my tastes and I thought the narrator was just a little off.
*I received this audiobook free in exchange for an honest review. This is it.*