Saturday, October 31, 2009
The Morning Show Murders A Novel Al Roker & Dick Lochte
Finally, I finished this mystery. "The Morning Show Murders" by Al Roker & Dick Lochte is a seemingly long and a bit complex murder. This is one of my pet peeves about the book. I felt the book outlasted it's time. In "The Morning Show Murders" by Al Roker & Dick Lochte there are definitely strong moments made for the big screen. For example, the scene in the New Jersey tunnel with the cheetah driving the Hummer. Also, the fire in the loft apartment and the Vosburgh Mansion with its cold, dark and danky areas. Those were the moments when I couldn't put the book down. There were other moments when I wanted to throw the book across the room because of boredom
I feel sure the next Al Roker & Dick Lochte mystery will have all theplaces I didn't like ironed out. I would also like to mention the fact I didn't especially enjoy seeing and hearing Al Roker in my head everytime Billy Blessing made a move to the Wake Up, America show, ate a meal at his restaurant or just became caught in a dangerous situation. Although, I love Al Roker in the morning telling the weather and interviewing on The Today Show, in a book written by him I would like him to keep a lower profile.
The Today Show Al is such a sweet guy. I feel guilty because I didn't fall in love with this mystery. One thing I can say for sure about Al Roker. He played cops and robbers as a little boy. He has a book published to prove it. That book is "The Morning Show Murders" by Al Roker & Dick Lochte.