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Publisher's Summary

In A Matter of Character, by award-winning author Robin Lee Hatcher, the year is 1918 and writing gritty dime novels simply isn't done by a woman. So Daphne McKinley - smart, pretty, talented - publishes her rough-and-tumble books under a male pseudonym. But when a newspaperman enlists her aid in restoring his grandfather's good name, Daphne finds herself re-examining the power of her words and reconsidering the direction of her life.
©2010 Robin Lee Hatcher (P)2010 Zondervan
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3 out of 5 stars
By Mlady on 07-31-10

Interesting story - terrible narrator

I liked this book - can't usually go wrong with a Robin Lee Hatcher story. But, the narrator was the worst I've heard since I started listening to audio books. Her wandering accents were bad enough, but the very worst part was her depiction of male characters. At first I laughed at her exaggerated "deep" voices, which sounded like the man was either drunk or drugged. Then, it started to get really annoying. At times her voice even cracked because she was trying to go below her natural register. It was painful to listen to. I enjoy Hatcher's books, but I will never purchase another one performed by this narrator!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anthea on 05-22-15

What a finish!

As with book 1 and 2, the story was fantastic! I love where The Almighty God is honoured in fiction, which Could be looked on as parables, because of the spiritual truths they portray. The narrator was good, and accents better, but still a little mixed, but well done.

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