I liked Chasing the Dime, although I do agree it is not his best work.
On the other hand, I think it really unfair to listen to an abridged version of any book and then complain about the plot, the characters, or anything else that doesn't feel quite right. Most abridged audiobooks have big enough holes that you can drive a truck through them. It really is doing the author - who has no control over the process, may I add, (unless the author's name is JK Rowling) a disservice.
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