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Little does Ben suspect that H. J. has plans that don't include him. When a new job takes him to New York City to play the voice of an English muffin, H. J. takes the opportunity to slip away from his Connecticut home with the contents of Dell's hideaway. Ben, who thought he had convinced H. J. that their and should be turned over to the police, must now use all his ingenuity to save her from a desperate killer.
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By Jabba on 09-23-14
To portray a voice actor, get a voice actor
Ron Goulart's story and storytelling are aces. Clifton Satterfield's third-person narration is very good. But Satterfield's character voices leave a lot to be desired. Even if the mannerisms given to Ben Spanner in his off-duty voice are meant as satirical of some actual voice artists I can think of, they are just too obnoxious for a main protagonist not intended to be a laughingstock. And when Spanner does impressions of familiar actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood, it's clear that Satterfield has NO idea what those still-famous voices sound like. He doesn't know how to pronounce Mel Blanc's last name. He "corrects" Henny Youngman's first name to "Henry." He's a good narrator in some respects, but he wasn't the right choice for this book.