Miss Julia's School of Beauty : Miss Julia

  • by Ann B. Ross
  • Narrated by Cynthia Darlow
  • Series: Miss Julia
  • 10 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With her phenomenally popular Miss Julia series, author Ann B. Ross has graced the New York Times and other best seller lists on her way to capturing the hearts of her many dedicated fans. Miss Julia, a graceful Southern lady with impeccable manners and a penchant for problem solving, has become a beloved heroine for countless admirers. Hazel Marie, former lover of Miss Julia's late husband, needs assitance in staging a beauty contest to determine who will reign as Miss Abbot County Sheriff's Department. Enter Miss Julia. She has plenty of advice for the contestants about maintaining their poise, showcasing their charm, and perfecting their stage presence. But as she does her best to help the women, Miss Julia is forced to face concerns over her complicated relationship with her gentleman friend, Sam. Refreshing and comical, Miss Julia's School of Beauty is another good-natured gem from Ann B. Ross.


What the Critics Say

"The Miss Julia series is an audiophile's dream; the novels seem to have been created just for audio." (The Denver Post)


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Customer Reviews

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Fun Story

As always, Miss Julia takes us for a fun tride twisting this way and that with all the great regular characters and quirkie plots. I can always count on Julia Springer and gang to keep me interested and smiling.
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- C. Cole

Can't Finish It

I know there are probably many people out there who won't agree with me, but I found this book incredibly annoying and the plot line silly. The reader's Southern accent made my skin crawl (and being from Georgia, that takes alot), and I found the plot line about Miss Julia's marriage to be unrealistic - I felt like the character was completely from the 50's, but set in present day (and to me, not in an entertaining way). I've been trying for a month to listen to the whole thing and still have over half of the book to go. I seem to always find an excuse not to listen to this book/reader - I have a new CD that I like, or the dog needs attention, or the toilet needs cleaning...
Try it if you want to, but I would definitely recommend listening to the preview first to see if you can stand the bad Southern accents. I wouldn't recommend this book though.
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- Devin D. Howell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-30-2005
  • Publisher: Recorded Books